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 82: Engaging but quiet, This soft rock groove has a bluesy mood. This track has a rich musical texture that will add a lot of emotion to any project.
BPM 147: A highly emotional, exciting piece pervaded with dreamy textures of joy and happiness. Featuring energetic guitars, and a sparkling rich sound, this song has a modern feel, giving it a sense of hope and motivation. Perfectly suited for inspiring TV ads, film trailers and more. Also good for content geared towards teenagers and motivational campaigns.
BPM 93: Adrenaline pumping, car chasing, action rock track. Hard, rhythmic guitars, driving bass and powerful drums. Well suited for when intensity and movement are required.
BPM 120: A nice, easy Tex-Mex style track featuring accordion as the lead instrument with Mexican-style percussion. Perfect for southern travel scenes, commercial spots or any laid back music needs. Relaxed, fun and chill.
BPM 90: This track starts out with strumming 6 and 12 string acoustic guitars, then builds as electric guitars and organ are added as the song progresses. This track evokes images of moving, traveling, big skies, etc. Positive, uplifting & hopeful with a solid groove.
BPM 64: Like a seed, this gentle and dreamy track slowly grows into an earth-shaking, powerful climax. Melancholic guitars, hopeful pianos, fragile celestas and triumphant horns give this track a unique, storylike quality. Indie, whimsical and ambient. Great for a heartwarming narration or inspiring documentary.
BPM 150: Hard driving, energetic rock theme. Features electric guitar, bass and drums. The forward moving rhythm empowers and builds with confidence.
BPM 104: This track has mellow and easygoing written all over it. An uplifting piece with a touch of nostalgia. Remember the good times with old friends with this evocative track.
BPM 90: Optimistic, uplifting and hopeful. This short melodic guitar theme will have you ready to face any challenge. This is definitely positive feel good music.
BPM 86: A smooth, mid-tempo piece that takes your mind away for a moment. Elevating, open, and somewhat spacey. Instrumentation includes: drums, acoustic and electric guitar, slide guitar, synth, strings, cello, violins, and piano.
BPM 85: This track has a mellow mood and then crescendos to an uplifting groove. Elevating, spacey, and pensive. This piece communicates a sense of progress and moving forward.
BPM 155: Feel-good, energetic and country. This pop track combines drums, ukulele, acoustic and electric guitars and cheesy organ for a fun effect. Upbeat, lively and engaging. Perfect for TV ads, funny scenes, happy moments and road music.
BPM 134: A happy and uplifting track full of joyful moments and inspiration. The positive guitar and upbeat piano plays the melody accompanied by warm strings. Motivational, inspirational and youthful.
BPM 107: A groovy corporate track with a heartwarming piano melody. Inspirational and relaxed with an atmosphere of calmness and confidence. Acoustic and electric guitars, bass, drums, synthesizer and orchestral strings fill out the arrangement.
BPM 130: Rock track in a raw, classic style. Guitar driven, powerful drums, and a groove that keep toes tappin'. Cool, confident, and ready to have a good time.
BPM 128: Featuring live instruments: Drums, Precession, Bass, Guitars. Energetic, Uplifting, Up Beat, Rocking guitars with melodic lines. Starting with Drum, gated guitars and a basic melody, adding more guitars, Bass and synths, finishing with a powerful guitar solo.
BPM 115: Optimistic pop rock with energetic feelings! Great for corporate videos and happy projects. Futuristic guitars meet driving bass and percussion.
BPM 100: This piece starts with a subtle verse and builds to a powerful chorus. The the guitar harmonics take the lead and are accompanied by piano, orchestral strings, bass and drums.