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 105: An inspiring and motivational pop rock track. Drums, guitars, bass and keys create feel good vibes. Bring to mind moments of failure, and when friends/loved ones come to help you get back on your feet.
BPM 132: A reflective piece, driven by strings and backed by a traditional pop-rock setup. Great for retaining energy in serious, more thought-provoking projects.
BPM 90: An easy going soft background track. Serene, melodic and peaceful. This track is great for underscoring content or information within a corporate piece or presentation.
BPM 120: Positive, atmospheric and refreshing. This modern track features light guitars, pads and drones. This pop rock track is well suited for corporate projects and presentations.
BPM 145: Powerful, aggressive and vibrant. This track is well suited for underscoring action, chasing, fighting, running, racing scenes and more. Filtered synths, heavy guitar, loud drums and electronic percussion round out the arrangement.
BPM 182: An explosive, all-out action track. Edgy, masculine and criminal. A huge bass riff drive this song alongside a monstrous drum beat. Distorted guitars round up this adrenaline packed song.
BPM 122: Uptempo and groovy, a combo of timeless sounds. A rocking shuffle beat, guitar twang and horn stabs. The soundtrack to all things cool and hip. An instant classic!
BPM 88: A hard rock music track. Short guitar solo sections, interlaced with song melody and guitar riff round out the piece. Loud, groovy and cool.
BPM 144: A positive, driving and inspiring pop song. A great piece to use for motivational projects. Electric guitar, piano, drums, bass and strings fill out the arrangement.
BPM 136: Happy, melodic and nostalgic. This song boasts an upbeat tempo with organic instruments including: acoustic guitars, piano, drums and bass. Positive, encouraging and energetic.
BPM 120: Easy going and rootsy guitar track. Cheerful, uplifting and happy. Set an easy, laid back tone as memories of the good times are recollected.
BPM 120: Positive, happy, and uplifting. Driven by a strong drum beat, this track has a clear forward moving sound. Guitars and strings build up the tune. Instrument used include: drums, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, cello, violin, double bass and B3 organ.
BPM 101: A touching, uplifting and positive pop song. Filled with hope and desire to go forward. Piano, Electric guitars, triangle rhythms, drums, bass, bells, and strings round out the arrangement.
BPM 123: This track has a definite southern rock feel. Upbeat, positive and forward moving. The energy of this track is sure to lighten the mood and mentality of the listener.
BPM 120: A punchy, pop rock groove well suited for a narrative project. The strong beat, bubbly melody, and nice upbeat flow feels trendy and youthful. Well suited for films or TV projects geared towards a younger audience.
BPM 200: Heavy punk band feel. This track features electric guitars, bass and drums. Very fast and aggressive, it's perfect for any getaway, rumble, or action heist scene.
BPM 130: A bad ass stadium rocker. This high-octane anthem features “in-your-face”, crunching electric guitars, unforgettable riffs, thumping bass, and earth-shaking drums. This instant classic will surely get your adrenaline pumping. Perfect for high energy content or anything sports related. Loud, proud and ready to rock!
BPM 145: A happy, punk-rock track with a ska twist. Instrumentation includes: guitar, bass, drums, organ, trumpet, trombone and percussions. Well suited for any project highlighting life, activities and happy moments.
BPM 78: Soft, melodic and happy. A laid back acoustic rock music track that stirs up images of summer and good times. Features some bass and electric guitar.
BPM 135: An indie rock song with an attitude. Wanna keep people grooving while standing apart? Here's your song.