Track length: 0:30
Tempo: 98 bpm

Dramatic orchestral action film trailer music. Heavy cinematic drums, percussion and orchestral stabs increase the drama, excitement and tension as the track builds to its climax at 30 seconds. Ideal instrumental trailer music for TV, video games, film trailers and Youtube videos.

Keywords: 2 Steps From Hell, 30 seconds, action, army, assault, attack, battle, big, carnage, climactic, climax, combat, danger, dramatic, drums, epic, exciting, explosive, fight, fighting, filmic, frantic, Game Of Thrones, Hans Zimmer, heavy, instrumental, loud, machinima, medieval, montage, olympics, onslaught, orchestral, percussive, pounding, powerful, production music, short, sports, stabbing, symphonic, third act, thunder, thunderous, trailer music, victorious, victory, war, warriors

Please note: A license must be bought before the music is used in any video or production (even not for profit, Youtube etc.) Any unlicensed use is an infringement of copyright and will be legally pursued. Buy the mp3 or instantly license this music track for immediate use in your film, trailer, documentary or video production by selecting the relevant options below. Read about licensing details here.

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