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Mallcore Kid

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 13, 2013 11:05 am 

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/211 ... it-on-viny
stream the album at entropia.bandcamp.com

Entropia are a progressive black metal/post metal band from Poland. The CD is sold out and got universally great reviews.

"In an atmospheric black metal scene plagued by stagnation and inter-group cannibalization, it can be increasingly difficult to discover bands that are simultaneously unique and emotionally investing, making a find like Poland's Entropia a scarce and beautiful thing to behold." Ryan Kroner SputnikMusic.com

Entropia have been honing their craft for the last 6 years and it shows. Vesper, released earlier this year is their first full length and it's become one of the best reviewed metal (or post-rock, shoegaze, etc.) albums of the year. In fact, I challenge you to find a bad review anywhere.

On SputnikMusic.com Vesper is ranked in the top 5 on the black metal and post-rock charts, #1 on the sludge metal chart, and is #15 in all genres as voted by users. Entropia has earned higher scores than most other heavy hitters' albums from this year.

"[Vesper] provides a solemn atmosphere that manages to sustain the heaviness of their black metal roots without forsaking the shoegaze that also spawned their sound. ...it is painstakingly polished. Nothing about this album is out of place." - Encyclopaedia Metallum

"Vesper is a refreshing shift from the hypersensitivity and repetitiveness that has been corrupting the post/black scene lately." - The Sonic Sensory

"A collection of six unique, yet interconnected, songs, the last four minutes of “Pascal” are absolutely divine in their purpose and focus." - The Esoteric Alembic

"Sometimes aggressive and threatening, sometimes melancholic and subdued or dreamy , but always with a sense of purpose and urgency. Highly recommended." - Lords of Metal

Decibel Magazine says "Entropia play expansive, melancholic black-splashed post-metal.This record takes you on one of those hour-long journeys through the rippling darkness of self and space that never gets mired in repetition or feels like waiting for a dozen samey songs to end. Guitar chords and melodies split the difference between contemplative and aggressive, drums plod and rip in perfect complement, and hellish rasped vocals explode from the album’s bleak center."

Alpine Stranger is proud to offer Vesper to you. This will be pressed as a double LP on black vinyl with grey splatter (limited to 100), black/grey A side B side splatter (limited to 150), and black vinyl (limited to 250). The records will be housed in a gatefold jacket and come with a download card of the full album. The band will also be receiving copies pressed on an exclusive color available only through them (black with grey splatter). Final pressing numbers will be made available after the campaign has ended. Cover art will be different from the image above.

Everyone at Alpine Stranger and Entropia appreciate all of your help in making this happen.

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