Friday, August 2, 2019

Vortex Burn "Them Witches" & The Neptune Power Federation Recite "Memoirs" With New Releases

Dutch cult metal band Vortex are celebrating their 40th anniversary with a new studio album titled "Them Witches." It features ten hard-hitting anthems, which have their own history dating back over thirty years. The album kicks off with the high energy of "Spiritualien," which carries a nostalgic heavy metal vibe that ruled the airwaves in late eighties/early nineties. Vortex display their talents on the adrenaline pumping, progressive metal appeal of "I.C.U." and the dark mystical forces of title song "Them Witches." Even after 40 years, Vortex still have the heavy metal energy to knock you back in your seat, with the intense delivery of "Gonna Hit You" and "No Breath." They close out their new album with the heavy pounding rhythm of "Five Fall" and the guitar driven electricity of "Thirst Things First." To find out more about Vortex and their latest release "Them Witches," please visit the band's Facebook page at

Also being released in September is the latest album from The Neptune Power Federation. Their new release titled "Memoirs Of A Rat Queen" is the band's fourth studio effort and their first album on the Cruz Del Sur record label. The new eight-track release was inspired by the writing of the Imperial Priestess Screaming Loz Sutch, who joined the band in 2015. After the thumping rhythm of the opening track "Can You Dig," their music continues to grow with intensity throughout the tempo changes of "Watch Our Masters Bleed." Their hard rock assault continues with the tale of the "Rat Queen," lead by the powerful vocal delivery of Sutch. The radio-ready track "I'll Make A Man Out Of You" should take The Neptune Power Federation to the next level of popularity with its undeniable melody. They wrap up their new album with the most heavy metal song on this release, the aggressive attack of "The Reaper Comes For Thee." To find out more about The Neptune Power Federation and their latest release "Memoirs Of A Rat Queen," please visit

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