Scary intimidating songs
It came on in my car late one night as I was driving home and I had to turn it off because even though the beat is dirty like a rotten cat by the side of the road, the song is just way too scary to be listening to while driving through the woods alone in the dark.I think it’s the horror film sound effects and the dialogue samples from “The Shining.” People better be playing this at their haunted houses.Turn up the music, turn off the lights, and prepare to be sufficiently spooked. The tune tells the tale of meeting Williams’ ghost on the anniversary of his death, with Jackson singing, A song with the title “Creepin'” is, of course, going to make this list.But it’s not just the title that’s scary — it’s the vivid imagery and the accompanying music video that will have you on the edge of your seat.In this song, there’s a storm rolling in — both outdoors and within a woman. “The Legend of Wooley Swamp” was certified platinum — and for good reason.He packs his tracks full of more wobbles and bounce than a party full of girls who’ve spent their last four years on the DP Smirnoff diet. Robert Babicz — “Dark Flowers” (Joris Voorn Magnolia Mix) This track is a solid eight minutes of scary dubstep/trance, but I picked it because of where I found it; a great blog, founded by a former UCSB student, with interviews and free downloads of the newest and hottest dubstep artists. He’s Canadian, which gives his tracks a little different sound than most of the British dubstep I hear around I. Pretty much, every Bar 9 track is on point, dirty and bouncy like a stripper with Hep C’s fake boobs. This would be the ultimate music for setting an uneasy mood at your Halloween party, except that it could cause people to slip into serious, depressive states.
If you’re already bumping this, give yourself a nice pat on the back. Nero is a dubstep/hardcore artist from the UK with a bunch of quality remixes. Burial – “Ghost Hardware” Burial creates the darkest, bleakest, minimal soundscapes possible.It’s harder to find his stuff than other artists’, but well worth the search. Every song on his self-titled album sounds like the soundtrack to a suicide.