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Anger And The Truth

BYO 77

Released on July 10, 2001



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Merely mention the Unseen to anyone in the Boston punk scene, and you're likely to get an earful of how the Unseen is recognized as one of the few bands that helped kick start the now infamous punk scene in that city. Unseen combine intelligent lyrics with aggressive music, and their sound is peppered with influences ranging from GBH, Misfits, the Clash, Minor Threat and Conflict.

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Jason from Lakewood, CO 
Mar 24 2014 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A lot of people hate on The Unseen for this album cause their sound took a new turn (a little bit more hardcore), and some people say this is when they started to 'sell out'. However this album still kicks ass and just shows that The Unseen didnt want to write the same shitty fast paced punk song over and over again. It's got a more mature feel to it then there first 2 full lengths. Not neccesarily my favorite album of theirs, but this LP has some great songs on it and is worth owning if you are a true Unseen fan

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Brandon from Richlands, NC 
Oct 31 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Every song on this album is great, it begins with the kick ass song anger and the truth which is not stop punk

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Brock from Buchanan, MI 
Mar 11 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This fucking album kicks ass!! Some of it is a little more melodic than some of their other shit but it's still a damn good album. I highly reccommend this to everyone.

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Victor from Cranford, NJ 
Jan 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This record is the unseen at its finest. Its really hardcore, and the lyrics are amazing. You should buy it right now. Go! Go! what the hell are you waiting for, go buy this now!! Get the hell out of here!!!

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Mike from Livingston, NJ 
Mar 29 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this LP is pretty good. my favorite songs are "no master race" which the lyrics have a lot of meaning and i like them. "live in fear" is another good song. and so is "no evacuation". the unseen now seem to tune there instrument different. go out and buy it.

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