Total running time: 49:25 (13 tracks)
Tempo: Various

Royalty free horror music for documentaries, films and videos. A nightmarish collection of slow, dark, twisted music soundscapes and atmospheric ambient horror drones to use in your horror film soundtracks, dark documentaries, trailers, video game soundtracks and YouTube videos.

Full of unearthly creepy atmospheres, unsettling musical drones, horror soundscapes, low rumbles and distorted frequencies, background noises, metallic scrapes, grinds, waterphones and the eerie sounds of abandoned asylums, haunted corridors, exits slamming shut and the distant echoes of menacing voices.

Ideal musical underscore to add a sense of menace and foreboding to your films and videos. My royalty free music collections are a one-time payment that lets you keep using the music in all your videos and films without needing to pay recurring license fees (or ‘royalties’) each time you want to release a new film or project using the music. Read more about licensing info here or check the FAQs. If you have any questions feel free to contact me.

Listen to full length previews of all the tracks in the music player or watch the promo video below set to eerie footage of abandoned hospital wards, asylums and derelict buildings.

Royalty Free Horror Music & Dark Ambient Soundscapes: 13 Days Of Nightmares

13 tracks of background underscore and dark atmospheric soundscape beds for horror films and trailers, dark documentaries, crime features and science fiction thrillers.

Inspired by the dark and unsettling visual style and tone of psychological horror films such as The Shining, Session 9, The Blair Witch Project, Hostel, Wolf Creek and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the music evokes the atmosphere of nightmares, abandoned mental asylums, hospitals, orphanages and haunted buildings.

Lay these tracks under your horror films, documentaries or mobile and video games and feel them come to life with an eerie atmosphere of dread and unease. Watch the promo video above set to the haunting photography of abandoned hospitals and derelict buildings from urbex photographer Andre Govia.

This album includes a royalty free license which allows the user to use the music in an unlimited number of film & documentary productions. Whether it’s for TV broadcast, student/feature films, trailers, personal websites, YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Myspace etc. (and up to 1,000 physical copies for retail DVD, Blu Ray, cartridge sales etc.) – click here for full license details. The ideal audio resource to add to all documentary and filmmakers’ libraries for when you’re looking for the right atmospheric or dramatic music cue to complete your scene.

The album contains the 13 full tracks (nearly 50 minutes) which will be automatically available to download after purchase. You can select from mp3 or wav from the dropdown option below and if you’re buying from a country outside of the UK, Paypal will automatically convert the amount from your currency to British Pounds so you can buy from anywhere in the world.

Tracklisting: Day 1 (3:09) | Day 2 (3:13) | Day 3 (3:11) | Day 4 (3:19) | Day 5 (3:01) | Day 6 (5:10) | Day 7 (4:30) | Day 8 (2:47) | Day 9 (2:05) | Day 10 (4:00) | Day 11 (4:17) | Day 12 (4:11) | Day 13 (6:37)

valueGreat value – most royalty free music companies would charge you the same price for just one stock music track. Get all the 13 tracks (49 minutes) including the full license to use this music in an unlimited number of your films and projects from a dedicated film composer for one low cost payment. Simply choose between wav or mp3 format below and you can start using the music today.

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Note: if buying a license this is just the pdf license file so please ensure you also add the mp3 to your cart (e.g. £0.99 + £29.99) as the license does not include the music mp3 (this only applies to single tracks and not the Royalty Free collections which include both the music and the license).


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