Scary music is something that has a soft feeling of unnerving news that can develop over time. Scary music is very powerful when used to instill fear and suspense in a scene. Typical uses include horror movies, monsters, or any type of mysterious danger! Gest5
Downloads of Scary horror music listed below. Use this music background for videos, youtube, etc.
With Halloween around the corner, your album comes with the need to add fun and scary songs.
If you need a track for a spine-chilling app, an ad, or a game, we’ve put our favorite eerie together and Threatening royalty-free Halloween tracks suitable for any video ghoulish project.
The track of Halloween Ghosts features a harpsichord, theremin, and orchestral to fuse enjoyable and spooky together. It’s perfect for creations of Halloween which are frightening, fun, and mysterious.
The playlist of the Halloween party, the highest perplexing of all glorious preparations.
Appeasing the public, and adding some Gaga?
Bust out the “Spooky Soundz” tape you buy back in ’95? Or just forget music altogether and let your tipsy guests’ cackling score the series
If you are still struggling to put together a list of jams for the festivities this weekend, don’t torment yourself anymore (save the agony and frustration for that last-minute drive to the costume shop) —
we have five free playlists from some top music discovery services to get you through this darkest of nights.
Slacker offers a really fun station with a mix of old stands like “I Put a Spell on You” by Screamin’s Jay Hawkins, “Evil to the Bone” by George Thorogood, “Ghouls Night Out” by the Misfits and “Werewolves Of London” by Warren Zevon.
More kitschy than modern, Slacker’s range works well for the kind of party that guests are always willing to wear.
Costumes — beyond the lazy sort, you know.
Songza’s curated playlist of 273 songs is truly a grab bag — from the Hellraiser theme to Prince’s “I Will Die 4 U,” to cartoon vomit sound effects (I missed that one). Use this station if you plan an exciting night out.