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Teqskater 1 year ago
Sounds like many things:
First tought: dubstep?
Second tought: Somebody snoring
Third tought: Somebody farting like he/she doesn't care
Fourth tought: Dentist dril
Jeltsin 1 year ago
I want those effects in my synthesizer!
loadrunner 1 year ago
If you hear that it means "get off the ice, it can pop open any second, and eat you alive"
Or it is just an Russian sub trying to get the scope up.
aravind7 1 year ago
Its Cthulu !
oleHashow 1 year ago
i d say its waves moving ice up and down combined with ships metal hull grinding solid ice in the distance
orion 1 year ago
Sounds like radio transmissions from outer space! Totally electronic-sounding voices made by nature.
obelicks69 1 year ago
it's the sound of dolphins gasping for air...
dushan 1 year ago
it's alive! it's alive!
jeffy 1 year ago
Sounds like dubstep !
Burimi 1 year ago
I didn't get the message, did you? My radio doesn't support those frozen waves
wigglle 1 year ago
Predators are coming :X
Ikke 1 year ago
Russian submarine with engine trobles
expiry 1 year ago
the funny thing is that ice plates which make noises like that are more stabile then ice plates without noises.
WickedOne14 1 year ago
Worse than a chalkboard with nails raking down it!
gcleffff 1 year ago
camera man hungry?
cyberdevil 1 year ago
It can't be frozen if it sounds like that. It lives. O_o
ruhk 1 year ago
I may be in the minority here but that was strangely pleasing.
dariodexter 1 year ago
Not really that "weird" as much as creepy xD I mean, it's broken ice, what do you expect? xD
1 year ago
640 x 480 px
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