NEPTUNE, a band whose origins trace back to the 1980s and which has released two full-length albums and two EPs is right now fully engaged in the final process of recording their forthcoming album titled ”End of Time”. With this release, the band is signaling an active and dynamic phase for the band. The pervasive theme of ” End of Time” revolves around the final exploits of the last renowned Viking, and the defeat of his army in the Battle of Stamford Bridge, which is symbolically regarded as the conclusion of a significant era – hence End of Time.

Below you will find 4 out of 10 unmastered songs from the forthcoming album – End of Time.
Please don’t share this playlist outside your company as it includes unreleased songs…

Preview of front/back cover, and gatefold


Neptune, an 80s melodic metal band, has cultivated a dedicated following over the years. Now, they are set to unveil their much-anticipated follow-up to the album ”Northern Steel” titled ”End of Time.”

Hailing from the 80s, Neptune is a Swedish melodic metal outfit that is often regarded as one of the pioneering acts of the FWOSHM era. Their musical style is akin to that of Madison, 220 Volt, Heavy Load, early Europe, Deep Purple, Rainbow, and Glory.

With their latest studio offering, ”End of Time,” Neptune has taken their songwriting to a whole new level. They aim to showcase what 80s metal should sound like in the year 2024 – big and majestic.

On the album ”End of Time,” the band has afforded themselves more time to craft material for the upcoming record, with virtually all members actively contributing to the songwriting process. As a result, listeners can anticipate a highly diversified experience, taking them on a captivating journey over 40+ minutes, free from any fillers or leftover tracks.

Just like their previous album, this one also weaves a hidden narrative, much like the elusive Midgard Serpent, which lurks in the background. The story is deeply rooted in the Nordic ancient tales and sagas which celebrate our Viking heritage. The narrative culminates in the year 1066, the fateful year when the last known Vikings drew their final breath after a tough battle at Stamford Bridge, marking the end of the Viking era, hence the title ”End of Time.”

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