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Zbigniew Robert Promiński


1995-1997 Damnation - drums (as Inferno)  
1997-1999 Behemoth - drums (as Inferno)  
1998- Azarath - drums (as Inferno)  
2000- Behemoth - drums (as Inferno)  
2000-2006 Witchmaster - drums (as Inferno)  
2008- Deus Mortem - drums (as I.)  
2013- Witchmaster - drums (as Inferno)  
2018- Terrestrial Hospice - drums (as Inferno)  

Studio musician

2000 Devilyn - drums (as Inferno)  
2011 Christ Agony - drums (as Inferno)  
2020 Nomad - drums (as Inferno)  

Guest musician

2015 Nomad - drums (as Inferno)  

Personal information

Also known as: Inferno
Born on: 30.12.1978

Zbigniew Robert Promiński (born December 30, 1978 in Tczew), stage name Inferno, is a Polish death metal drummer. He has contributed to bands such as Behemoth, Azarath, Witchmaster, Damnation, Deus Mortem, Artrosis, Christ Agony and Devilyn. Also, his endorsements include Paiste, Czarcie Kopyto, Spaun Drums, Vic Firth, and Wyborowa.

Inferno joined Behemoth in 1997. He is known as one of the fastest and most technically proficient drummers in today's death metal scene. An example of his drumming speed can be heard on the Behemoth song Modern Iconoclast from Zos Kia Cultus (Here and Beyond). Also at "Slaying The Prophets ov Isa" and "Pazuzu" from The Apostasy he has reached a tempo of 270bpm in the studio. Shemhamforash reached 275bpm in studio. Slaves Shall Serve was 270 bpm, but at Sweden Rock Festival in 2005, he played it at around 290bpm.

At NAMM 2008, Spaun Drums unveiled a 8x14 signature Inferno snare drum. The 18 ply Maple/Birch snare drum features a gun-metal finish with custom graphics and diecast hoops.

In 2010 he changed cymbal endorsement to Paiste Cymbals. He currently uses the Rude Wild cymbal series.

source: Wikipedia