A collection of five chilling tracks for your next production:
1. Summer Camp Slasher (2:11)
Terrifying horror movie cue featuring orchestra, scary strings and hybrid percussion/synths. Guaranteed to freak out your audience and generate the necessary suspense and shock required. Lots of disturbing layered sounds including water phone, piano and tortured souls. Track starts with an atmosphere of lurking danger and suspense, and then goes into total terror stalk and kill mode at 1:08. Evokes classic horror movie scores and will greatly assist you in killing off your cast. Run! Run! RUN!!! Like your life depends on it…
2. Power Tool Massacre (2:51)
Classic horror/slasher movie suspense and terror music. Eerie and unsettling opening, gives way to abject terror and unrelenting madness in the final half. Great for unleashing cinematic psychos and whack jobs on your disposable cast members. Goes well with chainsaws, drills and lawnmowers.
3. Necessary Evil (2:27)
Dark, cinematic, moody, aggressive and occasionally eerily gentle. This track covers a wide emotional range – from deep throbbing dub step basses, through to Mike Oldfield “Tubular Bells” style revolving melody and haunting female voices. The track is very dynamic and would suit crime scene investigations, hunting of serial killers, or moments when something bad just must be done. Perfect for montages, or the opening/closing to a movie. Energetic and evocative. A very modern thriller cue.
4. Killer on Campus (2:26)
Creepy and suspenseful horror/thriller cue. Orchestra and piano with scary waterphone overtones. Hybrid percussion combines with orchestra at finale for the last moments of panic and terror. Perfect for film scores requiring suspense and class. Blends the classic with the contemporary for maximum thrills and chills.
5. The Dark Path (2:41)
Creepy and disturbing track designed to evoke nightmarish imagery. Eerie drone builds with subtle hybrid percussion and flute overtones. Track builds to a percussive finale with throbbing bass and orchestral strings.