Track length: 2:21
Tempo: 162 bpm

Pounding epic orchestral action track with contemporary thunderous heavy drums, percussion and sweeping symphonic strings building to a dramatic and frantic climax.

Ideal instrumental trailer music for film action scenes, TV spots, commercials, stings or promos where exciting and intense dramatic orchestral action music is needed (e.g. extreme sports, danger, exciting, thrilling, chase scenes).

Orchestral trailer music Zahara: Fox 24 promo S07E10 #1

Similar in style to contemporary action trailer music from artists like 2 Steps From Hell and Hans Zimmer. Hear the track in action on the right, as featured in promo trailers for the Fox network’s smash hit TV show ‘24‘ starring Kiefer Sutherland.

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.

See more TV trailers for Seasons 7 and Season 8 of Fox’s hit show 24 using Zahara!

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