Inferno (Entombed album)

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Inferno
Entombed - Inferno.jpg
Studio album by Entombed
Released September 2003
Studio Atlantis Studio, Gröndahl Studio and Toytown Studios
Genre Death 'n' roll, death metal
Length 45:53
Label Music for Nations
Producer Pelle "Wigwam" Gunnerfeldt
Entombed chronology
Sons of Satan Praise the Lord
(2002)
Inferno
(2003)
Unreal Estate
(2005)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Inferno is the eighth full-length album by Swedish death metal band Entombed. It was released in September 2003. The album is a continuation of the sound heard on 2001's Morning Star, and combines traditional death metal with death 'n' roll, along with various other elements and influences.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Retaliation" 3:55
2. "The Fix Is In" 3:15
3. "Incinerator" 3:00
4. "Children of the Underworld" 4:04
5. "That's When I Became a Satanist" 3:02
6. "Nobodaddy" 3:01
7. "Intermission" 2:10
8. "Young & Dead" 3:05
9. "Descent Into Inferno" 4:45
10. "Public Burning" 3:41
11. "Flexing Muscles" 4:00
12. "Skeleton of Steel" 3:07
13. "Night for Day" 4:48
Total length: 45:53

In 2004, Inferno was rereleased by Threeman Records and Candlelight Records with a second disc, entitled Averno. It contained the following track listing and content:

No. Title Length
1. "When Humanity's Gone" 4:17
2. "There are Horrors of 1000 Nightmares" 3:26
3. "Random Guitar" 2:48
4. "Retaliation" (Video Edit) 3:23
5. "Albino Flogged in Black" (Video Edit) 4:26
6. "Retaliation" (Video)  
7. "Albino Flogged in Black" (Video)  

Personnel[edit]

  • Lars Göran Petrov – Vocals
  • Uffe Cederlund – Guitar
  • Alex Hellid – Guitar
  • Jörgen Sandström – Bass
  • Peter Stjärnvind – Drums

References[edit]

  1. ^ Loftus, Johnny. "Inferno – Entombed". Allmusic. Retrieved 8 June 2008.