'Vesper' is the name of the first longplay of the Polish band Entropia, hailing from Oleśnica, Poland. The album itself is composed of six tracks, almost fifty minutes in lenght, being a result of almost a six-year process of the band's development. With Vesper Entropia is detaching itself from its post-metal origins to explore the depths of black metal blasts accompanied with post-rock sensitivity and etherealness of shoegaze, creating a genuine, refreshing soundscape not unlike that of Altar of Plagues, Krallice, Agalloch and Wolves in the Throne Room. Jakub Mańkowski, a Fryderyk prize nominee and producer of Behemoth, Blindead and Obscure Sphinx was the sound engineer responsible for the Vesper's sound. The visuals were created by Marcin Gadomski from Upgrade Design Studio.