"Ultra-violent" as written by and Massimiliano A/cavalera Cavalera....
[Chorus]
Control...
Ultra-violent come and take control
Your soul?
Ultra-violent come and crush your soul
The storm?
Ultra-violent coming with the storm
Your world?
Ultra-violent come destroy your world

Feel the agony, crawling on your knees
Feel the agony and the bloodshed
Til there's nothing left to bleed
Til there's nothing left to bleed
Til there's nothing left to

[Chorus]
Control
Ultra-violent come and take control
Your soul...
Ultra-violent come and crush your soul
The storm
Ultra-violent coming with the storm
Your world?
Ultra-violent come destroy your world

[Chorus]
Feel the agony, crawling on your knees
Feel the agony and the bloodshed
Til there?s nothing left to bleed
Til there?s nothing left to bleed
Til there?s nothing left to

Bolshy, viddy, dies irae
Malchicks, bezoomi, dies irae
Devotchkas, droogs, dies irae
Bolnoi, besoomi, dies irae

Bolnoi, bolshy, dies irae
Droogs, devotchkas, dies irae
Bezoomi, malchicks, dies irae
Viddy, bolshy, dies irae

[Chorus]
Control
Ultra-violent come and take control
Your soul...
Ultra-violent come and crush your soul


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"Ultra-Violent" as written by Joe Duplantier Igor G. Cavalera

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  • +1
    General CommentThe "gibberish" is mainly Nadsat (which is a fictional language from A Clockwork Orange, which coincidentally Sepultura released A-Lex a concept about the same story a few months later).

    However, dies irae is Latin for "day of wrath".

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    sokornyon March 18, 2015   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe term "Ultraviolence", referring to excessive and/or unjustified violence, was coined by Burgess in the book, which includes the phrase "do the ultra-violent". The term's association with aesthetic violence has led to its use in the media
    sepultura1987on May 12, 2009   Link

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