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Never Enough Tour Dates And Live Footage Posted Online
May 21, 2008
Orange County/El Paso rockers Never Enough have posted live footage from their performance at Deep Rock Drive Online. Check out the video below.

The footage comes from the group’s first ever live performance on April 12th, 2008 at Deep Rock Drive in Las Vegas, NV, where the band performed their Corporate Punishment debut, '1.0', in its entirety. The entire concert was broadcast live online at

"We are very excited to start playing live and I think its shows in the footage from our Global Webcast on Deep Rock Drive from Las Vegas, NV that we did in April," says frontman Norman Matthews. "We have just booked a swing of live shows with the first being a Free All Ages show Presented by our good friends at To Die For Clothing, then we will be hitting Hollywood, CA and my hometown of El Paso, TX. We've worked very hard on our live show for months and I know you will enjoy it and feel it if you are a Never 3nough fan. Hope to see you all at one of the shows...Bloody Kisses."

Never Enough Tour Dates:
6/13 - Mission Viejo, CA @ Active Ride Shop (Free Show)
6/14 - Hollywood, CA @ Bar Sinister
6/18 - El Paso,TX @ Club 101
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Never Enough Live Webcast Performance
April 4, 2008
Never Enough, featuring former Eighteen Visions’ guitarist Keith Barney (ex- Throwdown) and Drummer Trevor Friedrich and Lylah frontman Norman Matthew, have scheduled their first ever live webcast performance for April 12th, 2008 at Deep Rock Drive in Las Vegas, NV and will be performing their Corporate Punishment debut, '1.0', in its entirety. The entire concert will be broadcast live online at, where fans will be able to interact live with the band throughout the night and be able to take part in a new revolution in live concerts.

"I am very excited to be doing our first fully plugged in performance on April 12th in Las Vegas with Deep Rock Drive," says Never Enough frontman Norman Matthews. "We wanted to do something special for the first show and we felt it would be a rad way to reach a lot of fans who have been wanting to see us across the country at one time, so even if you cannot make the live show, it will be broadcast on the internet. After that we will be performing in our hometowns of course and just doing all we can to reach our fans, being as though we have a ton of production on our record, we couldn't just get up and jam like most bands, plus we wanted to really be legit about being electronic/industrial, down to every last nuance, in fact we even programmed our sounds, noises and FX into Trevor’s Roland V-Drum pads, so we are completely re-creating the record physically. It's going to really turn some heads."

Deep Rock Drive virtualizes and democratizes the concert viewing experience. Members can request a band to play a concert and Deep Rock Drive invites the band to perform. The concert is broadcast via the internet, and viewers can choose and change the camera angles, as well as chat in real time with others participating in the concert. Individual bands can also join the site and promote their own specific concert on the site.

Never Enough are currently offering fans FREE tickets to the April 12th, 2008 performance in Las Vegas, NV by simply messaging the band through their Official MySpace page. The band will choose approximately 30 lucky fans to win tickets to the performance, who will get to meet the band prior to the performance.
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Never Enough Acoustic mp3 Available For Free Download
January 30, 2008
Alt rockers Never Enough have released a previously unavailable acoustic version of the song "Where The Rain Never Stops". The track was recorded at Never Enough frontman Norman Matthews studio in El Paso, TX and can be downloaded free through the Corporate Punishment Podcast via iTunes or at the following location:

Never Enough's self-titled debut was recently released on Corporate Punishment Records. Their first video for the song "The Devil I Am" can be viewed below.

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Never Enough At NAMM And On Forbidden Radio
January 19, 2008
Never Enough frontman, Norman Matthew, has lined-up a speaking and signing appearance at the Cakewalk both of this years NAMM convention on Saturday, January 19, 2007 from 2:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. He will also be making an appearance at Monster Guitar Picks booth throughout the weekend for signings.

Never Enough has also confirmed an acoustic performance on Forbidden Radio for Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008 at 5:00pm PST/8:00pm EST with host Christine Dolce (aka ForBiddeN). Hailed as the "Queen of MySpace" by Vanity Fair Magazine and The Tyra Banks Show, Dolce has garnered over a million "friends" and is one of the sites top three most popular members on the popular social networking site. Fans can tune into Dolce on Forbidden Radio at

In other news, the band has also recently uploaded the song Hush from their debut album online at at
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Never Enough: More Acoustic Footage Posted Online
January 5, 2008
Orange County rockers Never Enough have posted more footage of their recent acoustic performances online, including a rare performance of "Where The Rain Never Stops". You can view the clip of the band performing the track below.

Never Enough is the new project from Lylah frontman Norman Matthews, Eighteen Visions guitarist Keith Barney and drummer Trevor Friedrich. The group recently released their self-titled debut on Corporate Punishment Records.

The groups video for the track "The Devil I Am" can be seen online at this location.

For more information on Never Enough, check out the bands Myspace page, or go to
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HOME TOWN: Orange County, CA / El Paso, TX
Norman Matthew - Vocals
Keith Barney - Vocals
Trevor Friedrich - Drums
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Never Enough is the new project from LYLAH frontman Norman Matthew, along with Eighteen Visions guitarist Keith Barney (ex-Eighteen Visions, Throwdown) and Drummer Trevor Friedrich.

A perpetually touring underground favorite, guitarist Keith Barney and Eighteen Visions released 6 full length LP's and a string of EP's and 7 inches, racking up sales well in excess of a quarter million records, before announcing their break-up in early 2007, less than a year after releasing their Epic/Sony debut 18Visions, which debuted in the Billboard top 200, selling over 12,000 copies the first week. 18V also spawned the Top 20 Rock single "Victim", which led to successful worldwide tours with the likes of Avenged Sevenfold, Killswitch Engage, HIM, Deftones and Hinder.

Texas based LYLAH, the brainchild of vocalist/guitarist Norman Matthew, have since become an underground phenomenon of their own, touring with the likes of  Evanescence, Static-X, Sevendust and as a part of the Vans Warped Tour.

Trevor Friedrich and I had kept in touch from tour, since both LYLAH and 18 VISIONS were on WARPED TOUR together," says Matthew. " We talked and they sent me some tracks to sing over. Those first two songs became On Sunday and I Want It All on the record. We knew we had something special, so I kept coming to Cali every couple of weeks. 18 VISIONS were at their peak and LYLAH had a very strong underground following, so the interest in the band caught on pretty quick and What was even better was the fact we were all excited about the music we were writing, because it was fresh, exciting again.

Never Enough will release their self-titled debut in North America on November 20th, 2007 on Corporate Punishment Records. Fans can preview material from their forthcoming debut at

The band is currently offering fans a FREE Never Enough t-shirt to anyone who pre-orders the album through the Corporate Punishment website at the following location