Graular – Dark Triad Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising modern progressive rock band, GRAULAR, from NORWAY. We have reviewed their fantastic song, DARK TRIAD, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

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Graular is a promising progressive rock band I discovered a month ago with their game-changer song, Dark Triad, released as a single in 2021. For those who haven’t heard about the band before, Graular has started their careers with a single called Shark in 2018. Since then, the band released two more singles, Collide (2020) and Dark Triad (2021). Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Graular is definitely one of the most impressive acts I have listened to lately, making progressive music with an irresistible blend of traditional and modern elements, especially in this song. First of all, the band is making a big difference with their influences. The richness in their composition is separating Graular from any other band on the planet. Hands down.

Dark Triad truly is a fantastic piece of work, a composition with tons of creative and rich elements. They show potential with their approach, blend, intelligent songwriting skills, and of course, musicianship. They are very talented on both technical and musical sides, which we don’t see happening very often. Their musical influences in this song have pieces from progressive genius Steven Wilson and his epic project, Porcupine Tree, to another Scandinavian progressive death metal legends, Opeth. I love all these bands, so it didn’t take a long time for me to like what the band is actually trying to do here.

The song’s overall vibe is closer to positive than dark, polished with a pop-rock music mix. As I mentioned above, the composition is quite rich and flawlessly maintains the listeners’ attention from the beginning to the end. When it comes to the origins of their melodies, for some reason, they reminded me of some classic songs from the 90s, such as The CardigansNo DoubtREM, and so on. This is a melody-based song with a successful approach both on vocals and instrumentals, which is one of the essential characteristics of this band. Some bands out there are very talented with their technical or melodic side; these Norwegian gentlemen have them both and not afraid to show what they got in Dark Triad, which is their only fourth officially released song. Am I impressed? Hell yes.

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Technically, Dark Triad has excellent standards in general. The song’s overall feeling is handled as a pop-rock song for some reason, and I respect their preferences. This can work for the band, even though I don’t personally listen to this music. In this case, the pop mix has a significant role in the outcome, just like I mentioned before, one of the reasons that separate Graular from other bands in their specific niche. The band has got the necessary origins, yet this job isn’t anywhere close to their true potentials.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am well impressed by the potential of Graular. They have got everything they need to make it to the next level in their careers. All they have to do is to put out more music while keeping on pushing their standards in their music!

DARK TRIAD has earned its place in our TOP ROCK SONGS PLAYLIST.

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates GRAULAR for their amazing job in DARK TRIAD and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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