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Austrian punk band Never Been Famous stream new EP “Dark City Nights”

Austrian melodic punk band Never Been Famous are streaming their new EP “Dark City Nights”.

You can listen to the Ep in full here.

The band’s last release was their full length “Mesh Of Lies” in 2012.

FREE Download: Melodic Punk Style’s “Sound Of Us. Volume One” (River Jumpers, Drunktank, Bandage, more)

Today, Poland-based music blog Melodic Punk Style has just released their very first compilation. The album is entitled “Sound Of Us. Volume One” and includes 30 tracks by 30 different bands.

What better way to start off the New Year than by finding some new favorite bands. You can head here for a free download of “Sound Of Us. Volume One.”

The compilation will feature previously released material from River Jumpers, Never Been Famous, First Step To Failure, Dowzer, and many, many more.

In addition, the release will include previously unreleased tracks from Raised By Apes, Noopinion, Bandage, and Asado (material from the last three bands will appear on their upcoming works).

Never Been Famous announce debut full-length “Mesh of Lies,” stream two new songs

Austrian melodic punk act, Never Been Famous, have announced that they will release their debut full-length album “Mesh of Lies” on January 1st.

You can stream the title track and another new song “Mr. CEO” right here.

The band’s last release was 2007’s “Charged EP.” You can also view a review of the EP “Charged” here.

Never Been Famous recording debut full-length

Steyr, Austria’s Never Been Famous will be entering the studio in early July to record their first full length album (no title yet). This will be the follow-up to the band’s EP “Charged”, released in Japan though Bells On Records.

An interview with the band in Steyr, from summer 2009, can be found with Marcus from The Grind on, where the band discusses the plans for the new album, the sound they’ll be aiming for, and general info from the band’s early days to their “Charged” EP recording. You can stream Volume LVIII (58) at here and/or you can download the direct link here.

You can also view a review of the EP “Charged” here.