Royalty Free Rock Music
Kick it into high gear with these punchy rock anthems. From heavy metal and hard rock to new wave and punk, we’ve got the catchy rock tracks to give your project a raw and gritty feel. Perfect for high-energy action scenes, fast montages or edgy adverts.
BPM 137: A contemporary British indie/rock track. Pounding drums and raw guitars couple with a positive vibe throughout. A big outro occurs at 3:23. Engaging, dynamic and punchy.
BPM 129: This track features pulsing synth hooks backed by hard driving distorted guitar. The electro-pop style drums open up into solid guitar melodies and synth bass lines. Dynamic, moving and hard hitting.
BPM 132: A mainstream pop rock track with piano, guitar and arpeggios. This piece is great for creating a feelings of wonder and that the world is full of possibilities. Elevating, promising, hopeful.
BPM 120: A motivational and inspired arena rock track. Uplifting chords and an epic build establish the 'Anything is possible' attitude this piece conveys. Instrumentation includes drums, snare, percussion, electric guitar, bass, synth, and piano.
BPM 137: An exhilarating feel good track that is both inspiring and reflective. Complete with piano, guitar and powerful drums. This spot is perfect for videos and corporate projects.
BPM 122: A feel-good trendy song with a memorable piano and guitar riff. Hopeful, young and alive. Has a huge dubstep flavored bridge for an extra kick. Inspiring, innocent and elevating.
This mid tempo, smooth groove comes with a positive and energetic vibe. Instrumentation includes: electronic sounds, drums, bass, a Rhodes piano and strings. This music creates feelings of inspiration and moving forward.
BPM 128: Blistering hot electro-pop-rock hybrid with a catchy EDM hook. Heavy guitar power chords stacked on crunchy synths and hard-hitting drums ignite for an explosive summer rock anthem. High-energy, fast-paced, and relentless.
BPM 100: Empowering, powerful, and positive. This indie rock track starts off with a tiny guitar and then it just explodes with more guitars, bass, big drums, hand claps and tambourine. Excellent for corporate project and advertising.
BPM 160: Electronic and uplifting Indie Rock elements combine to create a euphoric, sweeping sound. Electric Guitars, Drums, Synths and eclectic instruments are used sparingly throughout also add a touch of the unique.
BPM 160: The band is playing loud! Upbeat, high-energy and vibrant rock piece. Perfect for fast- speed cuts. Crunchy guitars and power drums. Green Day inspiration with an indie-garage sound.
BPM 130: An energetic electronic track with electric guitars to give it drive. Two opposites parts (soft and hard) living together. Pulsing, modern and driving.
BPM 118: A hard-hitting rock anthem with brutal guitar and heavy bass. This track would be perfect for an race/chase scene or an extreme sports movie or trailer.
BPM 128: Classic rock riffs with driving drums and bass. Heavy determined and energetic. Roll the windows down in your car and let the melody and wind blow through your hair.
BPM 126: An upbeat modern rock/house track that is great for corporate or inspirational projects. Uplifting guitar and dynamic synthesizers give this piece a positive vibe. Elevating, uplifting and energetic.
BPM 94: A hopeful and uplifting melody driven by a soft rock guitar and whimsical piano. Drums, bass and keys add the final touches to this positive song. Hopeful, feel-good and optimistic.
BPM 135: An exhilarating, empowering track with electric guitars, big house beats, and light-hearted pianos, shakers, and claps. Smart, exciting, and inspiring. Great for communicating progress and innovation with a soft, carefree spirit.
BPM 141: An extremely raw, live rock track. All instruments are live and vibe is great for stereotypical masculine material e.g. beer, cars. Tough, edgy, and rebellious.
BPM 120: A powerful and uplifting pop/rock track with a big and strong sound. Lots of guitar parts, driving drums and bass, combined with piano and synths, create a positive feeling. A great track for underscoring corporate presentations.