Cosine are back for another year of Intro Creation Competition shenanigans in 2019, starting with the almost "traditional" raster bar effort. What is notable is that, although we've released a couple of smaller intros during the ICC previously, this is the first year that the competition has a specific category for intros which run from within a 4K memory footprint.
Due to that new playground, T.M.R's code and the music by Sack all need to coexist in just $1000 bytes starting from the default screen memory at $0400 which doesn't leave a lot of free memory for user defined characters, assorted colour tables or indeed the scrolling message.
Trivia: this release was started around the time that discussion began in the CSDb forums about the possibility of a second category in the ICC. The music is a cover of Freeman's tune Freeman, originally from a Vision Factory intro for the Amiga.