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Criminal Insanity is the sequel to my earlier track called 'Tracking a Killer.' You can listen to that track here: /audio/listen/482064

This is the most adventurous and chaotic piece I have ever created -- and it has taken its toll on me. After submitting this track, I'm going to take a break from music production and focus on other things for a while and relax. Maybe I will be inspired further after my break from music.

After years of searching, detectives catch a break after receiving an anonymous tip about their suspect. Once a circus performer and ringmaster, Kelvin Vines did not expect to be caught and questioned this soon. Preparing a trap for police within his circus tent would be the last stand of the serial killer.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

why does 00:35 make me think of boarding a legendary ship in assassins creed 4? maybe cause its AWESOME

Bosa responds:

Never played it myself.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

So epic that it's almost criminal. Nice heavy brasses also it emits a very exciting mood. But still very dark themed. Sorry can't describe it better. Excuse my poor English.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I really really like this piece. It gives a feel of urgency and danger. Used it in the boss fight in one of my games and it fit fantastically. (Credit was given, obviously) Great job!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I love it! This is really a nice dramatic piece. Lots of suspense scenes are playing in my mind as I listen and it just becomes better and better. Would you mind if I use it in a video I will release on YouTube? (With due credit obviously)

Bosa responds:

You can if you want.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I'd agree with Samulis that it sounds more like an epic sword doesn't really hint at the story you've tied to it. I think the problem might be the instrumentation; some bells or maybe just a section that sounds more "cartoony" might help to give it that "demented circus" feel (think monkey grinder :P)

On the whole though this is an excellent work. I really like that sfx that ties the loop together, it kinda made me wish I could hear it more in the piece, and maybe have it bounce between the left and right channels, just a thought.