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For real nightmare trips, plays his last two string quartets - especially No. Symphony No. But it kicks into full Nightmare gear in the second half, starting with the agitated strings and percussion. That builds up until it gives way to a relentless percussion cadence, which in turns alternates with violent outbursts from the rest of the orchestra.
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The second act "Introduction" and "Mysterious Circles Of The Young Girls" sounds even more threatening, because it remains so hauntingly calm and quiet for quite some minutes. After the earth shattering noise of the first act this comes across as being silence before the storm. You think that's a nightmare? You can hardly stay calm during the final movement, La danse sacralewhether it's accompanied by the composer, an actual ballet performanceor any kind of musical score.
And if that wasn't disturbing enough, check out Pina Bausch's choreography. Very unnerving. YMMV on that, as it was meant to sound delicately sweet and heavenly, but it does so in a peculiarly Russian way.
There is a version on glass harmonica Tchaikovsky's original choice that might be even more unnerving. So hauntingly creepy that Walt Disney used it for his movie Sleeping Beauty in the scene where Princess Aurora is hypnotized by the Witch to go and prick her finger on the spinning wheel.
Scott Walker : Many of his later releases, with the most horrific being 's The Driftwhich is less about music than it is the aural equivalent of a train ride through Hell.
A lot of Alexander Scriabin's late pieces are mysterious and spooky, but his Sixth and Ninth Piano Sonatas jump into creepy territory. The composer reportedly refused to play the sixth in public, fearing its darkness.
However, Berg's music was always highly emotionally charged, and the result of that combined with nightmarishness truly comes forth in his Three Orchestral Pieces.
The last movement especially is terrifying in its madness. Based off of a quote from Psalm of The Biblethis piece is haunting and unsettling, from the chimes to the low pianos to the loud trumpets and drumbeats that sound exactly a tempest of God's fury and the Israelites' tortured weeping. The vast majority of Steve Reich's music is Sweet Dreams Fuelbut there are a few notable exceptions. The work is split into three movements, with the first, titled "Before the War", being a light, upbeat nostalgic piece featuring Reich's governess and a former porter reminiscing about the trains, featuring an American steam whistle that is very deliberately pitched to sound bright and happy.
The next, titled "During the War", is a darker, more stark piece about the suffering of Jewish people in Europe under the Nazis. The second movement uses the sound of European steam whistles, which double as air-raid sirens, and they sound absolutely terrifying.
The third, "After the War" is a somber reflection on Reich's own nostalgia and on the people who fled Europe during and after the war, riding the same trains Reich rode. The piece utilises snippets of interviews Reich conducted to develop melodies, which are played in time with the music. This makes the music both an ear worm and places it in the Uncanny Valleygiving it a very eerie feeling. Lemon Demon : " Elsewhere. They conjure images of evil clowns.
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Interspersed throughout, however, are some rather nice if a bit "off" songs that detracts from the "WTF factor".
Those Poor Bastards: They perform pitch-black horror-themed country with the fervor of fundamentalist backwoods preachers. And their cover of Johnny Cash's "Walk the Line" is a terrifying ode to stalkerism. Hank Snow's obscure song "The Name of the Game Was Love" probably wasn't intended to be thisbut reading between the lyrics reveals far more sinister connotations.
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The scariest part of the song would have to be the midway point, where a man lists a number of torture methods accompanied by incredibly twisted industrial sounds. Not only that, but later in the song, the man's monologue is played again, in case you didn't hear him the first time.
The intro is mainly the squelching of footsteps in mud and some very primitive-sounding drums. The music video is essentially a tableau of primitive figures with spears superimposed on Bjork's face. Then about halfway through the video Don't say no to me, you can't say no to me I'm crying now, but nobody's there The air is scanty, my voice is decreasing My mind is confused I'm knocking on the coffin.
Lullabyes for dead children, incestuous love, silver daggers, unrequited love, senseless or all-too-sensible murder, graveyards, encounters with Death, crazy women wandering the hills, people frozen in various stages of grief A list of songs of hers that feature creepy undertones would be a mile long, but the worst offenders are "Flowers of Flesh and Blood" — named for a Japanese torture porn film— and "Choking Games.
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The follow-up, Deconstructionistis ambient music explicitly designed to bring the listener into an altered state of consciousness. It comes with a disclaimer that people with severe mental illnesses probably should not listen to it, probably for obvious reasons. A lot of this is due to the album's almost constant use of binaural beats, which have been known to cause seizures. The overall effect of the album seems to be quite relaxing for most people, but some people have been quite terrified by it.
The Deadfly Ensemble: "Horse on the Moor" is definitely this. It begins with the narration of how the "Wife" character rose from her grave, desperate for her husband and declaring that she loves him still. The song itself is about the husband cramming her wife's tomb with several things she enjoyed such as a horse's head because "his love liked to ride", or one of the maids to "help her under there". How does it get worse? Easy - the wife doesn't rise back from the dead at all, she was buried alive as revealed in the final verse.
Death In June: They nearly exclusively sing about death and cults and Nazis and the Holocaust and are Nightmare Fuel when they're not just depressing. They did a cover of songs by Jim Jones. Yes, that Jim Jones. Brian Dewan: He wrote a song from the point of view of someone undergoing brain surgery. The idea behind the song is people tend to be awake during brain surgery and poking different parts of the brain causes different thoughts and emotions. The song starts out almost funny, with renditions of Happy Birthday and Yankee Doodle mixed in with random thoughts.
Then he starts crowing like a rooster and crying "I want my oxygen mask! His version is scarybut other artists, such as Joan Osborne, have also covered it to spooky success.
A both incredibly sad and incredibly disturbing tale of a poor farmer driven to desperate measures. Especially when he screams. Nurse With Wound: Anything by them is deeply disturbing on a primal level, whether you understand why or not.
Sol Invictus: They have a variety of incredibly disturbing songs, be they about cannibals or ghosts. Vienna Teng : "Radio" deserves particular mention for its liberal use of Adult Fear terrorist attacksbut "Passage", "Pontchartrain", and "Watershed" deserve mention as well.
The song "The Dark Man" by Puzzlebox, about the vaguely described and unexplained entity. The creepy music and unsettling lyrics combine to make a song that can be very unnerving to hear.
Heather Dale While the lyrics of "Changeling Child" come across more as mournful than as creepy, the melody behind it is pretty haunting. It's especially noticeable at the beginning, before the song has properly started.
There's nothing but eerie woodwinds. The narrator warns the listener not to come to places where faeries might dance after nightfall and advises them to ward off any that come visiting with Cold Iron.
In contrast to the common perception of them, this song clearly portrays the uneasiness with which people once regarded The Fair Folk. However, "Now is the Time" stands out due to these two parts in particular The bullet in the blood, Came from those you love, The bullet in the blood ''Came from those you trust'.
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