Track length: 1:00
Tempo: 165 bpm

One minute dramatic and instrumental orchestral action music track ideal for feature film or exciting video game trailers needing epic intensity. Heavily percussive loud drums and orchestral strings build in drama and intensity to a frenetic climax with choir, string and brass stabs.

Keywords: 2 Steps From Hell, 60 seconds, action, army, battle, big, brass, climactic, climax, danger, drama, dramatic, drums, epic, excitement, exciting, explosive, Hans Zimmer, heroic, instrumental, intense, loud, machinima, military, militaristic, one minute, montage, olympics, orchestral, percussion, percussive, pounding, powerful, production, sports, strings, tense, third act, thunder, thunderous, trailer music, victorious, victory, war, warriors, widescreen

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