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Never Been Famous


Bells On 12

Released on May 28, 2007

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Melodic Hardcore from AUSTRIA.This CD is japanese version.including 9 songs.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 That's Torn It  0%
2 Charges Voted #2  33%
3 Poison Ivy  0%
4 Perfect Day  0%
5 Joker Voted #3  17%
6 Signs Of Science  0%
7 Mediator  0%
8 Circle Line Voted #1  50%
9 Snuff  0%
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Blake from Huntington Beach, CA 
Sep 20 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Don't rush into this EP expecting fast songs from start to finish. There are fast songs, but I'd say the majority of music is slow. That's not necessarily a bad thing, though. The song writing is great. The riffs are very clever and technical. The sound quality is superb. I'm not big on the singer's voice, though. It's a bit too whiny for my taste, but it's not bad.

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Marc from Orleans, ON Canada 
Jul 14 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When people think of Austria, they think of Rentokill, Red Lights Flash, Estate, the great beers it offers, the beautiful mountains, and so much more. A hidden talent from this central European country, NBF, bring their unique sound to the masses of Europe and the world. Influenced by the American skate punk scene, these guys deliver fast, technical, and creative wizardry on their most recent EP, "Charged." Released late in 2006, this release was a hot album that I needed to get my hands on. Interesting cover art follows suit and the booklet offers a pro look, showing that these guys mean business. First thing you'll notice with the release is the production. Crisp/clear sound, but it still has a certain classic feel due to the style these guys bring to the table. The drums, for example, sound really good all through the release - they are solid and real as they can get. The EP starts off with "That's Torn It", a song that gives you the mood and impression for the rest of the cd - tech guitars and fast beats. Jan delivers his patented throaty voice, which you'll become familiar with throughout the album. While listening to the album, you'll have to take a minute and admire the work done on guitar by Tom and Eric. I can see that "A Wilhelm Scream" partnership going on already and it's only getting better. They keep it simple and complicated, and unlike many bands, do not over do it. It seems like they are years ahead! On a side note, don't forget that this band started in 2001 but had a change in sound, which then lead to this EP. Following with some songs, we go to "Poison Ivy" which really "shreds" on guitar, I mean really. The intro says it all. The guitars truly sound mint and gives this song the respect it deserves. Props goes to No Budget Studios in Linz - Austria. Afterwards, "Signs of Science" shows us what kind potential Jan has on vocals. This song is the type which could be a single on any album. "Mediator" follows with a strong and catchy chorus line and brings on screamy back-up vocals which add another dimension. Again, they don't over do it. All in all, a very solid release and in my opinion, a must for ANY collection.

Never Been Famous are only getting better with their sound and rising up in the austrian scene. I know they are new compared to other austrian bands but they are gaining the respect of many through punk rock's elite worldwide. Expect big things from these five Austrians in the coming year. Go buy their merch and buy this EP!

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