|Studio album by The Unseen|
|Released||July 16, 2007|
|Genre||Street punk, post-hardcore|
|The Unseen chronology|
Internal Salvation is the sixth full-length studio album of American streetpunk band, The Unseen. It was released on July 16, 2007 and is their second album released on Hellcat Records (subsidiary label of Epitaph Records).
- "Intro (The Brutal Truth)"
- "Such Tragedy"
- "At Point Break"
- "Right Before Your Eyes"
- "Torn and Shattered (Nothing Left)"
- "Break Away"
- "Let It Go"
- "No Direction"
- "In Your Place"
- "Left For Dead"
- "Step Inside...Take Your Life"
- "Act the Part"
- "Talking Bombs" ¤
- "Still Believe" ×
¤ = Cover of The Freeze
× = Bonus track on European version of CD
Whereas the themes of their previous album State of Discontent were heavily political, the lyrical themes of Internal Salvation focus on more personal and philosophical themes, as the album's title suggests. "Break Away" is about breaking free of the destructive forces that shape the way we live, while "Right Before Your Eyes" suggests that the material world we value is disintegrating right in front of us.
- Mark Unseen - Lead Vocals
- Scott Unseen - Lead Guitar, Vocals
- Tripp Underwood - Bass, Vocals
- Jonny - Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals
- Pat Melzard - Drums