Lurking in the Black
Copyright 2009 Winged Warrior Publishing (ASCAP) / TW Cory Music Publishing (ASCAP). All Rights Reserved!
Song Length = 5:32
Audio = Stereo MP3
Sample Rate = 44,100 Samples/Second
Bit Rate = 192 Bits/Second
Lurking in the Black is the fourth "Single" from Pulp City - The Soundtrack (August 18, 2009, Bailey Records) which is a collaborative effort by TW Cory (aka Capt. Futura) and Stratos and features themes, cues, and compositions highlighting the various locations and factions found within the fantastic world of Pulp City.
Lurking in the Black is co-composed by Stratos and TW Cory, one of many collaborative compositions on the album. The duo began writing music together on Deterioration Furthers which was released in 2004.
This song is can be used to help set the tone for Scourge and his Necroplane Supremes. "there is a parallel plane of existence where the dead rule, and these dead need life essence to thrive. Since they are sort of low on it these days, their government, the dreaded Lords of Necroplane, developed a new policy: punch a hole in the fabric of reality and sip on our energy!" Visit http://www.pulp-city.com for more details.
Lurking in the Black is part of the Amazing Universe catalog (superheroic / pulp action music) from Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design. Additional Amazing Universe catalog songs include the Amazing Universe - The Superheroic Music EP (Bailey Records, August 15, 2006).
As a bonus, Pulp City - The Soundtrack will also fully compatible and authorized by Green Ronin's Mutant & Masterminds superhero roleplaying game under the Superlink OGL.
Be sure to click the Full Preview link below to visit Acidplanet where you'll find a full-length WMA version of this song.
Theme - Dark and strange things await you in the Necroplane.
Lurking in the Black is co-composed and arranged by Stratos and TW Cory of Bailey Records Composition and Sound Design - the team that brought you the Origins Award-nominated Universe87 Campaign Setting Soundtrack (Bailey Records, July 19, 2005).