Globus (music)

Globus is a Santa Monica-based movie trailer music-inspired band consisting of a mix of producers, musicians, and vocalists.[1][2] Their music style is primarily symphonic rock and Epic Music and some elements of symphonic metal.

The world premiere of Globus at The Grand Hall, Wembley, London. It was the last concert held at this location.
The world premiere of Globus at The Grand Hall, Wembley, London. It was the last concert held at this location.
Background information
OriginSanta Monica, California, United States
Years active2006–present
LabelsImperativa Records
Associated actsYoav Goren, Feeder, Larry Groupe, Astra Heights
MembersRyan Hanifl
Lisbeth Scott
Scott Ciscon
Anneke van Giersbergen
Christine Navarro
Yoav Goren
Dann Pursey
Tate Simms
Mark Richardson
Jeffrey Fayman
Robert Fripp
Sammy Allen
Kfir Melamed
Hiro Goto
Mike Horick
Bernard Yin

Globus' live world premiere took place in The Grand Hall, Wembley, London, on 26 July 2006 and an album was released in August of that year.[3] Feeder's Mark Richardson is featured on drums.

Musical styleEdit

Globus' musical style range from orchestral arrangements to symphonic rock with elements of world music and symphonic metal. Some of their compositions have been used as trailer music, such as Preliator, which was featured in the trailers for Spider-Man 2[4][5] and The Dukes of Hazzard as well as the "Epic" promo for PlayStation Move. A portion of their Epicon "Preliator" track was used for the final sinking of the Japanese warship "Yamato" feature (2005).



  • Prelude (On Earth as in Heaven)
  • Spiritus Khayyam
  • Orchard of Mines
  • Wyatt Earth
  • Preliator
  • Europa
  • Save Me


  • Epicon (2006)
  • Break from This World (2011)

Live AlbumsEdit

  • EPIC LIVE! (2010)
  • Studio Live (2012), digital download


  • Globus Live at Wembley (2008)

Band membersEdit

See alsoEdit

For more orchestral bands related to Globus (music), see the Trailer music article.


  1. ^ "'Trailer Music Live' Event at the Broad Stage on June 27th". Santa Monica Sun. June 1, 2009. Retrieved 30 September 2012.
  2. ^ Kelly, Stephen (August 25, 2011). "Movie trailer music: it's not what you think". The Guardian. Retrieved August 25, 2011.
  3. ^ "FX Rentals provides recording package for final concert at Wembley Grand Hall". 4rfv. 10 August 2006. Retrieved 30 September 2012.
  4. ^ Brennan, Mike. "Epicon". Soundtracknet. Retrieved 30 September 2012.
  5. ^ Gillig, Manfred (2012). Ganz großer Tonfilm (PDF). Musikwoche.

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