A groovy, gritty, gutsy and glorious rock track, with elements of heavy metal, progressive rock, blues rock and classic rock. 'Big cojones' style guitar riffing, with lots of attitude.
A short track with high intensity. Electronica, dance, pop oriented; for youth culture, exciting product launch, brash and confident. Also good for TV show opening, intro screens, and more.
A straight forward modern rock track, with classic attitude. A memorable guitar riff busts into an organ and cowbell fueled chorus which is sure to provide the power you’re looking for in a rock track.
Energetic and inspiring, featuring heavy synths and fast drums, with a wild / untamed element and a hint of the jungle.
Positive and uplifting rock track. Great for car race, sports, motors, real men. Confident strut. Feelgood rock.
This track opens with a distant choir and low strings set the mood for a dark apocalyptic theme. Strings and choir build up to a massive dubstep drop.
A down and dirty, nasty beat and synth riff. Determined, controlled aggression. Comining elements of urban, rock, electronica and hip-hop. Similar to the sound of The Crystal Method. Pensive, confident, cool.
Epic Trailer Track. Agitated strings and massive percussion are the key elements of this track, combined with a full choir. It has a frenetic feel, and a somewhat medieval or historical aura, with great power and agility.
Apocalyptic track with electronic / distorted and orchestral elements. Heavy drums and distorted bit-crushed synthesizers are prevalent in this piece. Suitable for modern war action, video game trailers, movie trailers, action and fighting, etc.
Glitchy and busy electronic Dub, Active, mechanical, funky, Hip-hop flavored drums with nasty, staccato synthesizers interplaying,
A fast, furious, blazingly loud rocker. Pedal to the metal, and no let-up. A stormy and fiery energy infusion. Great for sports, action and exciting footage.
Hard rock style guitar riffs with slamming big beat drums. Gritty, confident and relentless. Think big engines, metal against metal. The 'No hard synth' version omits the aggressive arpeggio that comes in at 01:37.