A mix and mash of fast paced death metal, black metal with balance amount of electronic sounds that ranges from drum & bass, industrial & electronics beats and efxs + even some dose of noise music.
With masterful ease, LACRIMAS PROFUNDERE is able to create a balance between driving rock and gentle reflection. The deep and strong vocals of the new frontman Robert Vitacca provide the finishing touch, giving the tracks their pronounced singularity, and making way for producer John Fryer (HIM, Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode...) to refine the album's sound. Songs for the Last View offers the perfect soundtrack for somber hearts, and for those who would like to join their ranks. The majority of the band’s previous album, Filthy Notes for Frozen Hearts, was used by Bam Margera in his hit MTV series “Bam’s Unholy Union.”
Medusa Diesel -
Born from a mixture of Black Sabbath, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and the bottle, Medusa Diesel has taken its influences and put a modern heavy twist on them. Medusa Diesel’s greasy southern heaviness draws comparisons to COC, Black Label Society, Clutch, and Skynyrd on steroids.
Power Quest (featuring former Dragonforce member Steve Williams) celebrates the resurgence of classic Power Metal. Driving double-bass attacks, sweeping melodies, and virtuous solos are bound to speed up every man's heartbeat. Catchy hook-lines and top-notch traditional riffs are naturally a part of the deal, thus assuring Power Quest's induction into the premier league of melodic Power Metal. .
The Raygun Girls -
Female fronted Hard Rock with Industrial, Punk, Gothic and Metal undertones. The music has been compared to Lacuna Coil, Stabbing Westward, Chevelle, Evanescence, Static X and Killing Joke.
Rob Magee -
A moody, modern, progressive and mellow sound with a traditional American lean to it. Much like The Eagles, Beck or Elliot Smith. I like to use modern arrangements and add traditional bluegrass and country instruments to them...and vise versa. Most of the songs feature acoustic instruments mixed with more modern sounds.
Stuck Mojo -
The originators of Crossover Metal are back: STUCK MOJO! In the usual Stuck Mojo tradition, the ruthless lads from Atlanta strike with full force, combining heavy grooves with phat monster riffs. In addition, dirty Southern Rock and a whole lot of murderous hook-lines, as well as controversial lyircs that self define the Americans as "Southern Born Killers", complete this package. Accept no substitutes!
TYR, the Faroe Islands' Vikings, deliver a masterpiece of true Viking Metal with their latest album Land. Impressively combining powerful choruses and energetic guitar work with the traditional Folk melodies of their ancestors, TYR has composed a collection of hymns bound to shake the foundations of Midgard, topping them off with a unique musical rendition emphasized by a clear and powerful sound.
is the section where we post folks who are interested
in composing entire scores for films for deferred
payment. Because score composing is a very laborious
process, there are no boilerplate contracts in place
here. But the folks that have made their names available
are interested in helping you make better films.
Brandon Alvis -
A classical acoustic sound where romantic meets climactic, in an eerie way.
where fresh, colorful music meets sound
design, where traditional acoustic instruments
meet electronic soundscapes and the
orchestral world intersects with experimental
pop. This is the sonic environment created
by John Plenge (AKA ToneFactory).
Scott W. Hallgren -
creating a musical
atmosphere for your film with acoustic and electronic instruments,
adding an occasional dash of voice or a piece of sound design where it
will suit the needs of your movie. All projects considered, the best
taken to heart.
Tommy Gundersen - Composing scores for television, movies and video games. The music is an essential part to give the audience the feeling. The music and the sound is all about the drama, my job is to score the drama of that moment.
are musicians who cannot get bound into a boiler-plate
contract due to legal or other considerations. Despite
these facts, they are very willing to work with
no budget filmmakers to allow their music to be
used in their films. These artists need you to contact
them ahead of time and, provided they like the film
idea you propose, will arrange an appropriate contract
McKennitt- Modern Celtic &
Gaelic music that is well suited to
epic, idyllic, and romantic themes.