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Band of the Week: Entropia

February 8, 2016

Entropia Band of the Week

Two questions: 1. What genre does Entropia play in the metal world? 2. Why are they band of the week? The answer to 2 is the question asked in 1! Entropia unleashes music that knows no limits and never apologizes for it. Time and time again we see bands that claim to be breaking barriers, yet they sound like the band that said that the week before. Not Entropia, these guys made it a mission to sound new, fresh, and unlike anything else. On the new album Ufonaut they succeeded. ~ Martell


In the wake of the release of their stunningly atmospheric debut Vesper in 2013, Entropia have returned to break through spiritual planes with their newest offering, Ufonaut. The album launches from Arachnophobia Records on LP, CD and MP3 on 15 February 2016.

Entropia started in 2007 in Poland as a post-metal band performing music incorporating elements of shoegaze, post-rock and black metal. After the success of their self-released debut album Vesper back in 2013, which had a great response from both fans and the media, the band toured heavily, sharing the stage with acts such as Mayhem, Altar of Plagues and Minsk all across Europe. Bolstered by this, the band dedicated themselves to the creation of their latest opus.


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