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Mechanistic, electronic and organic. This piece gets very big around 1:46. (The preview is more 'boomy' than the download.) This piece is available in AIFF format for purchase here. The purchase includes isolated tracks to make your own mix, and are available in three tempos.
A re-creation of a really old track, with a metal twist. I’m not sure I even have the old version anymore. This piece has a lot of Scandinavian elements and melodies. All baked into one epic cinematic metal piece.
Starts off very dramatic, fast and epic. Ends in some sort of Russian-epic-style-thing(what?)Very much rhythm and suspense!
Just a really, really heavy metal instrumental. It has a lot of really cool riffs for when metal is needed. Parts can also be cut out if you like them better than others.
Circuits is a progressive metal piece with so many different riffs and sequences. If you're looking for royalty free progressive metal, I think you're guaranteed to find what you're looking for somewhere in this track. Everything is improvised "on-the-go" and there's no legitimate story here. Just a long line of awesome, heavy riffs ready to blow your mind.
See title, instrumentation, tempo, and feels for description. Originally written for a live performance.
Evocative of the Arab world, the music begins stoically; the melody accentuated by simple percussive sounds. Within the first minute, the strings hypnotize with their sinuous melody, the tribal drumming awakening the senses. In the third minute the piece changes to a heavy, dangerous string and tribal drumming that builds until all of the instruments come together in a fitful way, until the abrupt ending.
Solo voice along with a small choir and giant percussion section. Ends in a sort of ethereal mode.
One thing we have figured out while exploring Mars is that it has some really cruel sandstorms. Sandstorms that can threaten all equipment sent there. The planet has global sandstorms that can cover it entirely in sand and dust. Try listening to this piece, while closing your eyes and imagine this.
This piece begins immediately with horn blasts, strings, and a bone-jangling xylophone. After the brief intro the horns play a melody, then the horns drop away away except tribal drums and staccato string bursts. The music returns in a big way, suggestive of a tense battle, as the instruments compete against each other, until the rapid discordant end.
Is it looking a little claymation in here, or is it just me?