Royalty free music for videos short hybrid and cinematic track, designed as a soundtrack for a film trailer and other powerful and stomping intros for various videos and titles, motion graphics reels and video game cues. It takes its influences from industrial, orchestral, future bass and aggressive electronica and artists like Two Steps from Hell, Hans Zimmer, Brian Tyler, Machine Head and it provides both a cutting edge approach and futuristic sound design. The exactly one minute duration makes this perfect for tv spots and commercials. It begins with four massive distorted megahorn hits, sounding like alien spaceship weapons or Earth shattering meteoroid destroying the planet is some dystopian scifi franchise trilogy set in 2049.
- The dark inferno atmospherics create a unsettling and ominous specter. The sound is aggressive and soulless, the true brute force of an extraterrestrial machine attacking the world. After a buildup crescendo and a sub bass drop, the track evolves into a combination of gritty apocalyptic distorted pads and an 80s style electro analog bass pulsing with suspense and tension. After a hellish swoosh filled buildup, the cue ends with 4 final bass hits, designed specifically for titles, openers and revealers. Gigantic thunder hits and taiko rolls are heard at regular intervals, making the track easy to edit and edit to, especially for fast montages. Different electro glitches and distortions add even more SF extraterrestrial and epic flavor.
- music designed and specifically tailored to motion picture and video game advertising campaigns, including teasers, trailers, commercials, media entertainment ads, promos, as well as for powerful opening titles and endings or movie placements. It is ideal for various genres from action, horror, post-apocalyptic zombie thrillers to comic-book super-hero blockbusters and science fiction saga. It will take your After Effects projects and intros to the next level (so VideoHive authors help yourself to the preview!). It would work great in shooter or adventure games (especially violent ones: think zombies, aliens, first person, third person shooters), cops, special ops and terrorists plots, as well as an epic final battle between Good and Evil, men and zombies and other apocalyptic face-offs. The arrangement and composition is aimed at editors, music supervisors and other media needs, for cinema, television or internet.
- As a bonus, you can use it for creative advertising and promos dealing with the auto industry, like TV spots for new car models, revolutionary engine technology, sleek designs and prototypes. It would work great for ads or promos dealing with manly sports, like boxing, k1, extreme sports, racing, football, basketball or other contact and rough sports (yes, especially hockey). The apocalyptic sound will have great effect on visuals of pollution, global warming or other ailments of the planet which are threatening us with the end of the world.