2004
Label: Not On Label (Motörhead) - none • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Heavy Metal
Terminal Show - Motörhead - Inferno (CD, Album)

Inferno (CD, Album, Unofficial Release)SPV GmbH (2), Steamhammer (2 From the very first chords of the opening track "Terminal Show" it becomes clear that Lemmy was determined to release a really strong album. It's not rock and roll anymore, it's a real thrash! albums of Motörhead's albums. Nothing new or ground-breaking, but that is to.

 · Like AC/DC, Motörhead rarely stray from their niche, crafting reliable records from a punk metal template that began in with their self-titled debut. Inferno is no exception, as the sum of its parts does little to deviate from the formula. Opening with the blistering "Terminal Show" -- marking the first of two appearances by guitar legend Steve Vai -- Lemmy, Philip, and Mikkey burn through 12 /10().

Motörhead «Inferno» CD Album Heavy Metal Sanctuary Records Terminal Show The golden eyed creature sits back on his throne Gazing at us in despair Six hundred guests, humanity's best Are wondering why they are there All roads lead here, all roads are burned.

The first of many of the bands albums to be produced by Cameron Webb, Inferno became Motörhead’s heaviest album in years. Although the final song on the album, ‘Whorehouse Blues’ was something of a departure with its country blues style and Lemmy on harmonica. The album was heralded as their best in a /5().

out of 5 starsAnother Great Motörhead Album. Inferno is seen as Motörhead's best album of the new millennium and it's hard to argue with that statement. Their first of six albums with producer Cameron Webb, this is, unsurprisingly, a Motörhead album. You know what you're going to get and it doesn't disappoint/5().


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Inferno" on Discogs. Everything Releases Artists Labels Motörhead – Inferno. Label: Steamhammer – SPV Country: Germany. Released: . Genre: Rock. Style: Heavy Metal. Tracklist Hide Credits. CD Terminal Show. Lead Guitar – Steve Vai. Lead /5(85).

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