Dargar are a duo from Los Angeles, California that plays a mixture of black metal and noise and this is a review of their self titled 2010 demo which was released by Rising Beast Recordings.
"4:56" begins with some grim sounding black metal screams before the drum programming and primitive guitar riffs come in along with some deep demonic growls which also leads up to some elements of harsh noise being utilized.
"3:56'' begins with some slow and dark sounding guitar riffs along with some programmed drum beats and a few seconds later the black metal screams kick in along with some grim elements being utilized.
"6:52" begins with some sound effects which leads up to some drum programming that brings in elements of noise into the song along with some distorted guitar parts and black metal screams and halfway through the song there are some slow and primitive sounding guitar riffs being utilized as well as the vocals utilizing some more grim elements.
"3:47" begins with some drum programming and industrial style guitar riffs before the black metal screams start kicking and after awhile the guitar riffing starts getting more primitive sounding and you can hear some noise sounds in the background.
"3;48" begins with some programming and grim vocals and a minute later guitar riffs start making their presence known along with some depressive screams before going into a more fast and primitive direction.for awhile before slowing down again.
"6:42" begins with some programmed beats before the black metal screams and drone style guitar riffs start kicking in and after awhile the music goes into a more fast and primitive direction for a few seconds before returning back to the slower parts and then switching back and forth between fast and slow parts.
Song themes, cover darkness, while the production has a very dark, raw and primitive sound with a couple of the songs being long and epic in length.
In my opinion Dargar are a very great sounding hybrid of black metal and noise and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this duo. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "3:56'' and "6:42". RECOMMENDED BUY.