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Nightmare Job

The Daily says: In honor of Labor Day in North America, tell us what’s the one job you could never imagine yourself doing.

I think there are just as many nightmare jobs as there are dream jobs.  245 more words

THE BIG UGLY BLADE - from The Khekarian Threat, out now on Amazon.

She watched him go, sighed and pushed away the papers. But he was back too soon, moving purposefully, drawing her concern. Then she saw the knife held down by his right side, the big ugly blade she never wanted to see. 8 more words



Deep breath, in.


deep breathe, out. 

hold. hold. hold.

My heart pounds harder and harder trying to disperse the oxygen throughout my body, but can’t because I am cutting off it’s supply. 117 more words


Album Review: Blood - Pulled Apart By Horses

When Pulled Apart By Horses first announced they were going back to studio to hammer out album number three it was a slightly bittersweet update as it also came with the news that their previous album’s tour cycle was to be cut short to do so, thus for ticket holders such as myself there was the disappointment of missing out on the chance to them live, which let it be know is one of the most brutally fun ways you can spend an evening, but still at least their was a new record to get stoked about. 406 more words

Album Reviews

Review #13: Pulled Apart by Horses - Blood

Artist – Pulled Apart by Horses

Album – Blood (2014)

Pulled Apart by Horses are an Alternative-rock band from Leeds. Formed in 2008, this band began making a name for themselves touring with the likes of Rolo Tomasi, The Bronx and Anti-Flag. 277 more words


Where is The Christ in the Passover?

One of the major theological ideas in Messianic Judaism is that Jesus is the Passover sacrifice. Is this true? Could a man be the Passover sacrifice? 1,088 more words

Messianic Jew

Review: Pulled Apart By Horses - Blood.

After their appearance at the Reading and Leeds Festival over the August Bank Holiday  Pulled Apart by Horses released a stream of their album Blood on the NME website, which you can find… 315 more words