Dos Brains: Below The Horizon

Below The Horizon is the first album from Dos Brains’ brand new catalog, Silver Screen.

The album is divided in two sections – its first part, Dawn, is light and filled with hope, while the second one, Dusk, is dark and troubled. “Dawn, where a beautiful and emotional new day rises as the sun is about to emerge; and Dusk, where that positive light turns into deep darkness and a troubled and menacing underworld awaits… as the sun is, once again, below the horizon”, Dos Brains explains.

Below The Horizon was composed by a talented team – Dirk Ehlert, Christoph Allerstorfer, Michael Maas, Jochen Flach, Kavin Hoo, Peter Jeremias, Colin Fisher, Or Chausha, Itay Steinberg and Roman Weinstein!

After Heavy Melody, intense and hybrid, and Third Rail, dark and gritty, Silver Screen, Dos Brains’ third trailer music catalog, aims to bring a new musical dimension, more organic, emotional and traditional; it will  cover a wide range of styles.

Last but not least, the track “Eclipse” has already been used in several TV Spots for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

Below The Horizon is currently not available to the public for purchase. For licensing information, contact Dos Brains at or visit Dos Brains is considering releasing the album to the public in the future… Stay tuned! In the meantime, feel free to follow them on FacebookYoutube, and SoundCloud.

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2 responses to “Dos Brains: Below The Horizon”

  1. […] [FR] Autre illustration réalisée pour l’agence américaine Dos Brains concernant cette fois-ci le catalogue sonore Below the Horizon du collectif Silver Screen. Des extraits et davantage d’informations sont disponibles en ligne ici-même. […]

  2. […] track is from the industry release “Below The Horizon” which I had the great pleasure in mastering. There are tons of new cues and albums already […]

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November 18, 2013
Clothilde Lebrun