U L T R A V I O L E N C E [ 58min. / listen. ]
For the rage that climbs through the bones asking for a fight, for the fist that breaks every part of its opponent, for the pain that consumes itself in adrenalina, for the taste of blood between the teeth, for the strong body and horrid mind as you have a little bit of the old
u l t r a v i o l e n c e;
[ 001 ] no church in the wild. | by J A Y Z. & K A N Y E W E S T.
[ 002 ] counting bodies like sheep in the rhythm of the war drums. |
by A P E R F E C T C I R C L E.
[ 003 ] into the lair. | by Z E D D.
[ 004 ] seven nation army. RMX. | by T H E W H I T E S T R I P E S.
[ 005 ] glory and gore. INST. | by L O R D E.
[ 006 ] i want it all. FT. armageddon | by Q U E E N.
[ 007 ] fistful of silence. | by T H E G L I T C H M O B.
[ 008 ] demons. RMX. | by S L E I G H B E L L S.
[ 009 ] ghosts’n’one. MSHP. | by D E A D M O U 5 VS. S K Y F E R R E I R A.
[ 010 ] crying lightning. RMX. | by A R C T I C M O N K E Y S.
[ 011 ] american horror story. RMX. | by D A R K L O R D Z.
[ 012 ] sail. RMX. | by A W O L N A T I O N.
[ 013 ] everybody wants to rule the world. RMX. | by L O R D E.
[ 014 ] female robbery. RMX. | by T H E N E I G H B O U R H O O D.
BLUESEY: songs for lovers living an unbearable lie and a doomed truth [listen]
A caelo usque ad centrum.
From the sky to the center.
Astra inclinant, sed non obligant.
The stars incline us, they do not bind us.
Light ever increasing
Flectere si nequeo superos, Acheronta movebo.
If I cannot move heaven, I will raise hell.
Post nubila phoebus
After the clouds, the sun
Vivere militare est.
To live is to fight
- Boxing — Wikipedia
- Boxing Styles and Technique
- Boxing Terminology
- How Boxing Works
- Boxing — About.com
- All about boxing
- The History of Boxing
- Boxing 101
- About Boxing
- Boxing - a beginner’s guide
Badleftbook — Navigating Boxing’s Alphabet Titles
- Part 1: The WBA
- Part 2: The WBC
- Part 3: The IBF
- Part 4: The WBO
- Part 5: Lineal and Ring Championships
- Boxing Videos
- Boxing Guides
Extra useful websites
Below the cut you’ll find a masterlist of links to resources specializing in combat. The masterlist covers topics such as the military, hand to hand combat, injuries, firearms, and various other weapons. If you have anything you’d like to add to the masterlist then feel free to send me a message.
- accusatory: charging of wrong doing
- apathetic: indifferent due to lack of energy or concern
- awe: solemn wonder
- bitter: exhibiting strong animosity as a result of pain or grief
- cynical: questions the basic sincerity and goodness of people
- condescension; condescending: a feeling of superiority
- callous: unfeeling, insensitive to feelings of others
- contemplative: studying, thinking, reflecting on an issue
- critical: finding fault
- choleric: hot-tempered, easily angered
- contemptuous: showing or feeling that something is worthless or lacks respect
- caustic: intense use of sarcasm; stinging, biting
- conventional: lacking spontaneity, originality, and individuality
- disdainful: scornful
- didactic: author attempts to educate or instruct the reader
- derisive: ridiculing, mocking
- earnest: intense, a sincere state of mind
- erudite: learned, polished, scholarly
- fanciful: using the imagination
- forthright: directly frank without hesitation
- gloomy: darkness, sadness, rejection
- haughty: proud and vain to the point of arrogance
- indignant: marked by anger aroused by injustice
- intimate: very familiar
- judgmental: authoritative and often having critical opinions
- jovial: happy
- lyrical: expressing a poet’s inner feelings; emotional; full of images; song-like
- matter-of-fact: accepting of conditions; not fanciful or emotional
- mocking: treating with contempt or ridicule
- morose: gloomy, sullen, surly, despondent
- malicious: purposely hurtful
- objective: an unbiased view-able to leave personal judgments aside
- optimistic: hopeful, cheerful
- obsequious: polite and obedient in order to gain something
- patronizing: air of condescension
- pessimistic: seeing the worst side of things; no hope
- quizzical: odd, eccentric, amusing
- ribald: offensive in speech or gesture
- reverent: treating a subject with honor and respect
- ridiculing: slightly contemptuous banter; making fun of
- reflective: illustrating innermost thoughts and emotions
- sarcastic: sneering, caustic
- sardonic: scornfully and bitterly sarcastic
- satiric: ridiculing to show weakness in order to make a point, teach
- sincere: without deceit or pretense; genuine
- solemn: deeply earnest, tending toward sad reflection
- sanguineous: optimistic, cheerful
- whimsical: odd, strange, fantastic; fun
words to use instead of ‘said’
accused, added, addressed, admitted, advised, agreed, announced, answered, approved, argued, asked, assured
babbled, barked, bawled, beamed, began, begged, bellowed, bet, bleated, blurted, boasted, boomed, bragged, broke in, bubbled, bugged
called, cautioned, chatted, chattered, cheered, chided, chimed in, choked, chortled, chorused, chuckled, clucked, coaxed, commanded, commented, complained, concluded, confessed, confided, congratulated, continued, convinced, corrected, coughed, cried, croaked, crowed
dared, deadpanned, decided, declared, demanded, denied, described, doubted, drawled
echoed, ended, exclaimed, explained
gasped, gibed, giggled, greeted, groaned, growled, grumbled, guessed, gulped, gurgled
hinted, hissed, hypothesized
imitated, implied, informed, inquired, insisted, interjected, interrupted
jeered, jested, joked
laughed, lied, lisped
marveled, mimicked, moaned, mumbled, murmured, mused, muttered
nagged, nodded, noted
objected, observed, offered, ordered
piped, pleaded, pondered, praised, prayed, promised, proposed, protested, put in, puzzled
quavered, queried, questioned, quipped, quoted
ranted, reasoned, reassured, recalled, reckoned, remarked, remembered, reminded, repeated, replied, requested, responded, retorted, roared
sang, sassed, scolded, screamed, shot, shouted, shrieked, shrilled, sighed, smiled, smirked, snapped, snarled, sneered, sneezed, snickered, sniffed, sniffled, snorted, sobbed, spoke, sputtered, squeaked, stammered, started, stated, stormed, stuttered, suggested, surmised
taunted, teased, tempted, tested, theorized, thought, told
wailed, warned, went on, wept, whimpered, whined, whispered, wondered, worried
a masterlist of habits for you characters
because chewing on nails and lip biting are way too overused
Best Writing Software
For a long time I’ve searched various sites, blogs, and forums looking for the best writing software. What I’ve found is that since there are so many different types of software directed at the various forms of writing, there is no ‘perfect’ software. Just a specific software that suits you and your writing.
When looking for a software I was walking blind. This led to downloading a lot of programs taking up space on my computer instead of providing me with a productive tool for writing. So I stopped searching, and started thinking.
What type of writing am I looking to perform?
Basic Writing Programs
Straight Forward Writing:
- Yarny (Online/Free)
- yWriter5 (Free)
- WriteItNow (Pay)
- StoryWeaver (Pay)
- Sigil (Free)
- NewNovelist (Pay)
- Liquid Story Binder (Pay with Free Trial)
- My Writing Spot (Online/Free)
- Celtx (Free)
- Final Draft (Pay)
- Movie Magic Screenwriter (Pay)
- Trelby (Free)
- PlotBot (Online/Free)
- ScriptBuddy (Online/Pay)
- TheSage: Dictionary and Thesaurus (Free)
- Tree Sheets: Note taking and spreadsheets (Free)
- Kiwix: Resource Storage (Free)
- WikidPad: Personal offline Wiki (Free)
- EverNote: Research and Note Tool (Free)
Some of these programs are crossed over with other types of writing. For example, Celtx can be used for both screenwriting, and novel writing. What I suggest is looking through each program carefully, and deciding what would best suit you (and your computer) before downloading (or paying) a program.
Foodie’s Feed / Death to the Stock / Jay Mantri / Little Visuals
Picjumbo / New Old Stock / Refe / Unsplash / Gratisography
I get quite a few questions about where I find my stock images that are used in live previews so here’s a list of my favourite (all can be found on the resources page). Most of these are free to use on personal and commercial projects but double check the licenses before use.