Motörhead - Inferno

8.7 | 447 votes |
Release date: 21 June 2004
Style: Heavy metal


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01. Terminal Show
02. Killers
03. In The Name Of Tragedy
04. Suicide
05. Life's A Bitch
06. Down On Me
07. In The Black
08. Fight
09. In The Year Of The Wolf
10. Keys To The Kingdom
11. Smiling Like A Killer
12. Whorehouse Blues

Top 20 albums of 2004: 13

Ian Fraser Kilmister - vocals, bass, guitar, harmonica
Philip Anthony Campbell - guitars, backing vocals
Michael Kiriakos Delaouglou - drums

Additional musicians
Steve Vai - guitars
Curtis Mathewson - strings

Additional info
Produced and mixed by Cameron Webb.

Guest review by
Motorhead. What more can be said? Not many bands have had the drive, determination, or originality needed to constantly deliver quality metal for almost 30 years; but Motorhead has done just that. Under the direction of Lemmy Kilmister (a.k.a. God), Motorhead forged an easily recognizable sound in the late 70s/early 80s and have continued riding that same horse to this day. However, many fans began to wonder about Motorhead's future, following the lack of recent new material (with the exception of 2002's lackluster release Hammered). Motorhead's response? Inferno.

published 09.06.2005 | Comments (9)

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21.01.2013 - 19:20
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What a monster of an album! Motörhead shows that they are still one of the "heaviest" bands around and show no remorse. This album sounds totally refreshing and different from the other Motörhead albums.
22.07.2014 - 00:03
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The string section on Keys To The Kingdom is gorgeous.
12.07.2020 - 00:59
Rating: 9
In the name of tragedy

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