House of Horror
CANNIBAL TRIBE DRUMMING THEME
By: House of Horror
Catalog ID: 460525   Duration: 2:19   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 91   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Drum Music | World | Indigenous | Tribal Drums
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An interesting and almost childish piece of percussion music. This track can be used for any tribe based horror scenes (maybe to do with Cannibalism....). This track builds up in tension until 1 minute and 20 seconds. Great for building up to certain points in your visuals.   Keywords: Horror, Scary, Thriller, Crime, Detective, Death, Dark, Monsters, Aliens, Sci Fi, Evil, Slasher, Demons, Were Wolves, Vampires, Zombies, Haunting, Murder,



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Long Description: Cannibal Tribe Drumming Theme, Drum Music, Tribal Drums, music for tv, instrumental music and websites music

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