Royalty Free Aggressive Music
It’s all adrenaline and anarchy with these extreme hard rock tunes! Angsty, fast and crushing, these heavy rock tracks go great with intense action, fight and chase sequences. Buckle up!
BPM 132: An energetic and driving rock track with mid-distorted guitars and full band sound. Fast-paced and solid. Confidence and attitude. Perfect for bad boy themes, beer, cars, fights, etc.
BPM 110: A powerful track with hard drums sounds and bass lines and with some epic melodic parts. Halfway between dubstep and house, this track feels like being in the middle of a robot battle. Electronic, futuristic and exciting.
BPM 94: This modern alternative rock track has a real gritty side. Instrumentation includes electric guitar, bass and drums. Well suited for advertising projects focused on extreme sports or the outdoors.
BPM 135: Powerful and energetic vintage rock track with distorted electric guitars paired with a driving drum beat. Vibrant, loud and proud. Perfect for extreme sports, adrenaline, action and high-energy. Has that cool vintage sound.
BPM 130: Massive heavy sounds split into groups to easily move around in a trailer edit. Modular sections move from gigantic drums and huge strings to dark electronic elements. Really versatile for fast cuts, building tension and creating a massive climax. The main driving section begins from 01:28.
BPM 89: Driving, energetic hybrid-track of rock and modern drums and synthesizers. Offering a cool and confident mood for a wide variety of projects
BPM 156: Hard Rock/Rock n Roll with driving guitars and bass. Some lead guitars add to the overall flair of the track.
BPM 100: Gritty distorted rhythm guitars topped with multiple melodic guitar leads and sly subtle bubbling synths held together by epic fat nasty drums.
BPM 150: High-adrenaline action-packed classic rock. Layers of electric guitar riffs on top of big rooms drums and wide bass. Loops have simplified breakdowns versions without leads.
BPM 155: This huge hollywood trailer track begins small, but gathers momentum allowing for a powerful final third making it perfect for film or game trailers. The piece is written in a contemporary style, adding a high quality feel to a production while really packing a punch. Huge section begins 01:10.
BPM 142: A heavy and melodic track with powerful drums and bass lines. If you are looking for that dubstep sound, then look no further. Edgy, intense and exciting to the max!
BPM 150: Melodic guitar intro starts off this brutal heavy track filled with pounding fat kicking drums laced with a fat bass and big in your face rhythm guitars.
BPM 115: A high-energy rock track featuring lots of catchy guitar riffs and pounding drums. Ideal for high octane sports and action. Thrilling, risky and edgy.
BPM 78: Rough, loud and tough. This southern rock accented song will put a bad boy vibe in any project. Great for pickup trucks, fights, chase, motorcycle or beer related material. Bottleneck guitars, drums and pounded metal objects. Oh yes, it's a guy thing!
BPM 129: Gritty, tough and mean. This punchy rock song comes with an attitude. Great for anything guy-related: cars, beer, fights etc. Crunchy guitars, loud drums and B3 round out the arrangement nicely.
BPM 130: Heavy metal guitar track with a heavy southern feel, comprised of a huge fat dirty gritty bass along with melodic pulsating rhythmic guitar leads and captivating rhythm guitars.
BPM 90: A techno rock groove featuring a solid, hard beat and an industrial vibe. Upbeat, confident and aggressive. This track communicates feelings of focus and determination.
BPM 128: An epic and powerful dubstep track with an uplifting, orchestral build up followed by a huge, energetic drop. Growling bass, screaming synths, aggressive drums and violins. Dynamic, versatile and modern.
BPM 110: This track includes de-tuned guitars, double kick bass, powerful toms, a fast guitar solo, and heavy riffs. Powerful, heavy, and meaningful. This is a great piece for underscoring content needing that edgy feel, such as extreme sports or automotive programming/content.