"Zombie Resurrection" cinematic, dramatic music by Andy Slatter





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Published on Feb 25, 2014

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This electronica based track, features disturbing, unsettling, arpeggiated guitar pads, super powerful glitchy industrial electronic drum patterns, electronic choir pads, and electronic bass and mono synth lines.

The tension gradually builds as this John Murphy influenced track develops, creating a modern sounding dark cinematic atmosphere where science and technology meet the power of nature, or should I say, the supernatural?

Zombies, death, disease and apocalypse go hand in hand here in this cinematic horror and suspense track, which would be the perfect background music for a wide variety of projects, including: Halloween themes and party invitations, games, trailers, DVD menus, and films. If you are working on a Halloween theme in after effects, for advertising etc, this is the perfect accompaniment which will take your horror, ghost and ghoul visuals to the next level.

I've included a full track with a fade out, for your convenience, along with a perfectly seamless looping version of the full track. (Both versions can be heard on this preview)

I've included some additional short loops, so that you can load these up into a DAW or audio editing program to create your own custom edits of the track.

The zip contains, in both wav and mp3 formats:

Zombie Resurrection- Full track with fade out:2:37

Zombie Resurrection- Looped full track: 2:19 (starts at 2:29 on the preview)

Zombie Resurrection- Intro Loop: 0:17 (0-0:17 on preview)
Zombie Resurrection- Verse Loop: 1 0:17 (1:09-1:26 on preview)
Zombie Resurrection- Verse Loop: 2 0:17 (1:27-1:44 on preview)

If you need custom edits, please contact me for a quote.

The source video files that were used to make this promotional video are all used under the creative commons with attribution license. In each case, I took short scenes from the original footage and applied effects such as, tinting, camera shake, rotation, embossing.

The original videos can be seen here:

https://vimeo.com/facundososa https://vimeo.com/82500436
https://vimeo.com/luchomed https://vimeo.com/83906322
https://vimeo.com/luchomed https://vimeo.com/83906323
https://vimeo.com/npnmedia https://vimeo.com/48614154
https://vimeo.com/bendingpixels https://vimeo.com/60874670
https://vimeo.com/user4423998 https://vimeo.com/51955652
https://vimeo.com/ohsu https://vimeo.com/70416747
https://vimeo.com/cathalgarvey https://vimeo.com/84622384
https://vimeo.com/user8574857 https://vimeo.com/44230418

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