As The Night Darkens
This song starts off quietly with synth pads before a steady electronic drum beat punctuated by big hollywood drum hits enters. Soon Timpani Battle drums also enter the fray. Later a Moog like synth also comes into the picture with a melodic lead solo.
A repetitive techno beat with various electronic keyboard effects at a medium tempo.
Blown To The Weeds
A powerful grungy Rock track. Medium Tempo
Endless Enigma for Ever More
A rock/ metal ballad with heavy and low sounding distorted guitars, strings/mellotron and some synth effects. A deep sub kick drum also drives the drum beat.
Fields Of The Fallen
A soft gentle classical track that has a nostalgic feel to it. Suitable for such things as war memorial ro battle aftermath scenes
A heavy rock/metal “marching to battle” type feel with a Deep overdriven wall of guitars. This song is power personified. It has a slightly more subdued intro, bridge and outro with a bit of an Eastern feel.
Guns in the Gallery
A mix of guitars and electronica in a rock style with a house beat.
Haunted Night Requiem
Suit medieval, spooky or gothic horror scene. Slow atmospheric and dramatic. Cathedral Pipe organ is the main instrument, with bass piano, scary synth and deep choir voices. Huge in places but with dynamics. Conjures up a picture of a shadowy black figure playing huge organ in a mansion or cathedral.Nightmare!!Old style Dracula.
Industrial, electronic, sci-fi, futuristic. Suit a scene of desolation, post nuclear war or a barren earth or perhaps a junk yard. Industrial drums, overdriven organ, synths and sound effects.
Journey to the Great Battle
This is an epic, dramatic piece of music in a celtic medeival style. An open tuned acoustic guitar drives the rhythm against the backdrop of deep choir voices and rich low keyboard pads over the beat of huge timpani drums, and the occasional gong crash. Close your eyes and imagine riders on horse back heading to a battle as dark storm clouds approach in old England or middle earth, and you may get an inkling as to how this song sounds.
A song to suit medieval scenes, for example horses and knights riding to battle or something similar. Classical orchestral sounds.
Live Wire Zapper
An electronic song that uses the sounds of electrical zaps and massive electrode shocks in a rhythmic fashion over an arpeggiated synth and techno drums. It’s unusual.
Maiden of the Meadows
An epic medieval, celtic and dramatic piece of music. It features a full driving rhythm played on an acoustic guitar in DADGAD tuning, undergirded by subdued keyboard pads and rich choir sounds, over the beat of timpani drums. It would make a stirring movie soundtrack in an acient vista or medieval setting. It could suit an epic romance, a battle scene or even an approaching storm.
Mission to KrashBaniStan
An electronic rock song with a bit of an eastern or Arabian feel. It would be very suited to a gaming scenario ie: military going through a maze etc.
Return to KrashBaniStan
The companion song to “Mission to KrashBaniStan”. The two songs could easily run as an A/B section in a production or gaming scenario. Essentially the same songs, but this one adds a wall of overdriven guitars and a sitar to the electronica and drums. It’s in a rock, metal style.
Rising Moon & Tides Of War
A slow tempo track that begins peacefully but creates a sense that something is brewing. Occasional big drum hits over a variety of orchestral synth sounds and stereo acoustic guitars. Historical celtic vibe.
Running on the Darkside
Electronic, progressive 1970s meets new milllenium. An unusual and weird track with a hint of sci-fi. Strange sound effects over analog synth keyboards, drums and bass. Up tempo full of interest and a bit disorientating.
Running Through The Woods
A foreboding track with a sense that something ‘heavy” is about to happen. It features Battle Drums and Orchestration.
This piece of music embodies tension and suspense. Would suit thriller, drama, horror or scary scene where you are on the edge of your seat. A rich Palette of instruments and sound effects.
An uptempo dance, trance or techno beat with unusual keyboard sounds create the makeup of this song. It well suits live projection or a dramatic presentation, but uses would certainly not be confined to these alone.