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Scarecrows vs. Werewolves (audio product)

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Scarecrows vs. Werewolves
Copyright 2009 Winged Warrior Publishing (ASCAP).  All Rights Reserved!
Song Length = 3:49
Audio = Stereo MP3
Sample Rate = 44,100 Samples/Second
Bit Rate = 192 Bits/Second

Dark ambience.  Terrifying sounds.  Spine-tingling melodies.  This is Horrific Universe!

Scarecrows vs. Werewolves is the third release from Horrific Universe: 12 Months of Horror (Bailey Records, 2010).  The song is partly inspired by fantastic werewolf-related movies of recent past including the Underworld saga and the film trailer to the upcoming Wolfman remake starring Anthony Hopkins.  The title for the song is the name of a long-gestating idea for a miniatures game property by Bryan "Stratos" Borgman.

Scarecrows vs. Werewolves features a dark and ambient intro and outro that is fairly suitable for looping during long scenes while breaking into full-on metal guitars, bass, and drums for the core of the song.  Within the composition, the atmospheric parts indicate when and where the scarecrows are predominant in the mix while the crunchy guitars and rhythmic drums signal the werewolves in action.  Of course, metal guitar music lovers and/or games masters can enjoy this song and use it for whatever imagery is created within their own minds' eye.

Horrific Universe: 12 Months of Horror features dark ambience, terrifying sounds, and spine-tingling melodies inspired by countless sources of horror media.  The majority of songs will be generic for use with any horror medium. Horrific Universe: 12 Months of Horror is part of the Horrific Universe catalog (dark ambience / horror music) of Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design.  Additional Horrific Universe catalog releases include Deterioration Furthers, Songs From and Inspired by The Charnel Gospel (Bailey Records, May 4, 2004).

Be sure to click the Full Preview link below to visit the Bailey Records profile on Acidplanet.com where you'll find a full-length WMA version of this song or visit http://www.myspace.com/HorrificUniverse for all our Horrific news!

Theme = Ambient / metal rock perfect for many horror settings!

Scarecrows vs. Werewolves is composed and arranged by Stratos of Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design - the team that brought you the Origins Award-nominated Universe87 Campaign Setting Soundtrack.

 
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Christopher H. [Featured Reviewer]
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December 25th, 2009
The product description captures this track well. The "dark and ambient intro and outro" is basically non-melodic, and would do a good job of setting a creepy atmosphere. The "full-on metal guitars, bass, and drums" that occupy most of the track are skill [...]
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