Creating and performing Black Metal for 25 years, INFERNO are known for constantly developing their Art and challenging the genre’s borders. On May 7th, Debemur Morti Productions released their eighth album “PARADEIGMA (Phosphenes Of Aphotic Eternity)” whose six compositions form an hypnotic and dense soundworld.
The Czech Black Metal band narrates about the official release:
“After almost three years of immense work we are relieved to see our magnum opus released in the majestic and unabridged form it deserves. You are now given the full set of keys to enter our artistic universe of sounds, visuals and texts and we dare you to surrender all that may burn to the flame within “PARADEIGMA“.“
“PARADEIGMA (Phosphenes Of Aphotic Eternity)” can be streamed on Bandcamp and on the YouTube channel of Debemur Morti Productions.
INFERNO‘s menacing eighth album receives praise from all over the world:
“An extremely opaque and enigmatic work in which the intricate of the unconscious dialogues with the cosmos, in which linguistics, aesthetics and psychology are interconnected through a dark and ethereal alchemy.” (Metal Hammer Portugal)
“Even at its muddiest moments there is something to be said for the teeth bared madness that INFERNO embrace. There is something about this record that feels truly monumental.” (Two Guys Metal)
“Formless and mystical, INFERNO speak in tongues now, inducing trance and filling the mind with wonder.” (Swallowed In Black)
|INFERNO came into existence 1995 in the Czech Republic, with first demo offerings “Peklo Na Zemi” (1996) and “Temná Poselství Dávných Předků” (1997) gaining significant acclaim in the Czech scene and beyond, opening many possibilities within the Black Metal underground.|
Following a number of successful split releases, in the first decade of the new millennium INFERNO recorded two full-length albums of defiant and warlike Black Metal – “Duch slovanské síly” (2001) and “V návratu pohanství…” (2003) – the raw and ominous “Nikdy nepokřtěni” (2006) and concluded this period of rabid Black Metal traditionalism with “Uctívání temné zuřivosti” (2008) which merged old currents into a more refined offering, aggressive yet triumphantly melodic.
The release of pivotal album “Black Devotion“ (2009) reshaped and regenerated the creative forces within the band. INFERNO subsequently entered Necromorbus Studio to create the cacophonic and malevolent “Omniabsence Filled By His Greatness” (2013) another step-up which imbued band-members with the will to transcend their previous self-imposed limitations.
In the following years, INFERNO performed on prominent stages around the world, securing a reputation for being a savage and mystical live act. Dedicated to self-transformation and unconscious dialogue with the great other, the monumental and idiosyncratic “Gnosis Kardias (Of Transcension and Involution)” (2017) helped redefine contemporary Black Metal Art.
In 2021, the band’s most transcendent, most dynamic and finest work to-date “Phosphenes Of Aphotic Eternity” will be released by Debemur Morti Productions.
INFERNO is: Adramelech (vocals), Ska-Gul (guitars), Morion (guitars), Armagog (bass guitar) and O. O. (drums).