Where to get royalty free Metal music?
A little bit of history
Metal has its roots in blues and rock"n"roll of the 50s and 60s. This is where the first bands to play this new style of music, such as Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix Experience, started off. Later, during the 70s and 80s, the sound of metal shifted toward a much darker one, with an increasingly aggressive style of playing and even greater over-amplification.
The sound of metal
The term "metal" (or "heavy metal") was initially coined in the 60s, when a magazine compared the groundbreaking guitar performances of Jimi Hendrix to the sound of heavy metal being cut. Indeed, it often sounds just like that. There are several traits that characterize metal music:
- distorted and over-amplified guitar parts
- prominent bass and drums
- often extensive and elaborate guitar solos that literally "scream" at you
- dramatic vocals
Generally, metal music is characterized by extremes: everything from the sound itself to the visual appearance of the musicians, record covers and posters is excessively distorted, with a dark undertone and, in most cases, a twist of wickedness.
Royalty free metal music search
Metal music is well represented online. However, the vast majority of it comes from copyrighted sources and its unauthorized use can, for example, lead to your YouTube channel of Facebook business page being demonetized, or ever worse, taken down.
Our digital library has an extensive section of royalty free metal music. All tracks are free for commercial use. Each of them is unique, written by a professional composer. Once uploaded by the author, each composition is then vetted by our expert panel to ensure that our customers get only the best, high-quality content. All songs in our library can be played for free without having to buy them or even register. Only to download a track do you need to pay a one-time fee. From then on, the high-quality version of the audio track is yours to use in as many projects as you like.