Royalty Free Horror is your one stop shop for everything scaryhauntingmysterious and deadly! Here you will find the web's greatest collection of Halloween, Horror and Thriller Music, suitable for film, TV, computer games, radio and online videos. With simple licensing, instant download after purchase, and excellent customer service, Royalty Free Horror has all your scary musical needs catered for!

We are continually adding fresh and new content to this website. Can't find what your looking for? Then drop us an email - All music on our website is from British composer Bobby Cole (

If your into Horror music, then also check out our sister site for monthly blogs on Horror music from all around the world!



Royalty Free Horror Music is about -

  • Simple three option licensing

  • Instant Download in high quality Wav (44.1 kHz, 16 bit)

  • Horror Value packs saves you $$$ when buying multiple tracks

  • Your one stop shop for scary Horror music


Genres and styles include -

  • Light ambient and atmospheric Horror tracks

  • 'Sound Alike' tracks of some of the greatest Horror Movie sound tracks of all time

  • Piano and String based themes for creating motifs for characters

  • Explosive dramatic Epic music for that big budget Cinematic Hollywood sound

  • Horror songs based on themes (kids, circus, ethnic, e.t.c.)

Our License types include -

  • License type A (not for profit, personal, You Tube, Student, Non commercial)

  • License type B (Corporate, for profit, Theatre, Radio)

  • License type C (Broadcast, Motion Picture, TV, Movie Trailer)

If you need to purchase anyother type of License (e.g. buy out or resellers) then drop us an email.

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Royalty Free Horror Music  Halloween Music    Scary Music    Dramatic Music

What is the best Horror movie soundtrack of all time?
Bernard Hermann's Psycho
John Carpenter's Halloween
John Williams' Jaws
Harry Manfredini’s Friday the 13th