Gorgoroth Replace At The Gates at Inferno Metal Festival

Inferno Metal Festival has announced that Gorgoroth has been added to the lineup, headlining the Friday, after At The Gates cancelled all of their upcoming live appearances. Taking place from March 28-31, 2024 across several venues in Oslo (NO), the event has opened refund requests for the Friday. Keep reading below for more information.

Those who have purchased tickets for Friday, March 29, can request a refund until February 15. Festival passes or tickets for other days are not refundable. If you wish to request a refund, this must be done through your Ticketmaster account:
Log in to your account at www.ticketmaster.no
Select the order you want to refund
Click on ‘Need help with this order?’ and follow the further instructions for a refund.
Note: Service fees and additional sales are non-refundable.

The iconic festival has revealed a mixture of classic bands as well as some vital and exciting new-comers. The updated and final lineup is now as follows:
Dimmu Borgir
Me and That Man
Carpathian Forest
Cattle Decapitation
Orbit Culture
Keep of Kalessin
Arthur Brown
Signs of the Swarm,
Bell Witch
Extermination Dismemberment
Madder Mortem
Void Ov Voices
Jo Quail
Phantom Fire
Umbra Conscientia
In Twilight’s Embrace
200 Stab Wounds
Befouled, Vorga
Zustand Null
Shaving the Werewolf
Forcefed Horsehead
Celestial Scourge
Vomit Forth
H.P. Doomcraft

Single day tickets and passes are now available here.

ICYMI: Inferno Festival Norway 2024 is now revealing another unique experience! The Footsteps of Edvard Munch is a unique walking tour of Oslo that chronicles the life and death of the infamous artist of intense paintings such as “The Scream,” “Madonna,” “Vampire,” etc. Oslo is the city where Edvard Munch grew up and started out as an artist. This is also the place where he spent the last decades of his life. Today, Oslo houses the largest part of Munch’s artistic production, including his best known masterpieces.

The tour will take place in Oslo during Inferno Fest from March 29 – March 31, 2024. The info is as follows:
In the footsteps of Edvard Munch in Oslo
Friday 29, Saturday 30 and Sunday 31. March 2024

Friday, March 29: The tour starts at The Hub at 11.00 A.M.. After a brief introduction to Edvard Munch and his art, we will take a short walk to the Munch Museum. The guided tour will take you through the exhibitions Edvard Munch Infinite and Edvard Munch Monumental. The guided tour will end at 13.00, at the roof terrace on the 12th floor, with a unique view of the city. If you want to spend some more time at the Munch Museum, you have access to all the other exhibitions until closing time. NOK 350 per person + ticket fee including entrance to the Munch Museum .Pre-booking via Ticketmaster, for maximum 8 people. Get tickets here.

Saturday, March 31: The tour starts at The Hub at 11.00 A.M., with a short introduction to Edvard Munch’s life and art. We will take the tram to the Ekeberg Sculpture Park on the hillside of Oslo, to the vantage point where Munch got the inspiration to paint “The Scream.” After a walk through the Sculpture Park, we will have a short break at Karlsborg Inn for some refreshment, enjoying the view on central Oslo and the Munch Museum. We will take the tram back to the city centre and walk over to the Munch Museum. The guided tour will take you through the exhibitions. The guided tour will end at 15.00, at the roof terrace on the 12th floor, with a unique view of the city. If you want to spend some more time at the Munch Museum, you have access to all the other exhibitions until closing time. NOK 450 per person + ticket fee. The price includes entrance to the Munch Museum and tram tickets. Pre-booking via Ticketmaster, for maximum 8 people. get tickets here.

Sunday, March 31: The tour starts at The Hub at 11.00 A.M., with a short introduction to Edvard Munch’s life and art. We will walk for ½ hour through the city centre to Munch-places such as the Grand Café on the parade street Karl Johan, to Pilestredet 30, where Munch spent seven years of his childhood, to the University of Oslo’s downtown campus and the Aula, with the huge decorations “The Sun,” “The History,” and “Alma Mater,” to the National Museum. Before the guided tour starts in the iconic Munch-room we will have a short break in the cafeteria for some refreshments. The tour will end at 15.00 in the National Museum, but you have access to all the other exhibitions until closing time. NOK 450 per person + ticket fee.. The price includes entrance to the National Museum. Pre-booking via Ticketmaster, for maximum 8 people. get tickets here.

Inferno Festival Norway has previously announced a silent film concert in which Attila Csihar’s Void ov Voices will create the music for the classic German horror film Nosferatu (1922). The silent film concert will take place at the cinema Vega Scene on Saturday, March 30, at daytime during Inferno Metal Festival 2024. Separate tickets will be available for this performance and can be found at this location.

Void ov Voices
Void ov Voices is the solo project of Attila Csihar, known as the vocalist of Mayhem and Tormentor, in which he uses only his own voice to create a dark and atmospheric soundscape. Csihar initiated this project in 2007 and has since performed numerous concerts with this concept. Void ov Voices has previously held a silent film concert in Oslo when they provided the music for The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari during Oslo Fright Fest in 2012. We look forward to another silent film concert with Void ov Voices in Oslo, this time accompanying Nosferatu!’

The German silent film Nosferatu was released in 1922 and was one of the first movies based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Because they lacked the rights to the story, they changed names and locations, so Count Dracula became Count Orlok. However, this did not help, and the judiciary ruled that all the film reels of Nosferatu should be destroyed. Fortunately, several reels survived, and F. W. Murnau’s great masterpiece endured. Now, over a hundred years later, the film still stands as one of the great classics in film history. We are excited to see and hear when Void ov Voices soundtracks the film during Inferno Metal Festival 2024.

Please note that Vega Scene has a limited number of seats, so be sure to act quickly to get tickets for the film concert!

In conjunction with Inferno Metal Festival, the Black Metal Bus Sightseeing Tour with Anders Odden (Cadaver, Celtic Frost, Order) is back with an all new routing. Following the success of this special event’s inception last year, this incredible experience will take Inferno attendees through some of the places that marked the beginnings of Norwegian black metal!

Between 1991 and 1993, many of the most important events during this dark chapter of Norwegian music history took place in Oslo. Therefore, Inferno Metal Festival has put together a field trip to experience these legendary moments in time, including the site of Helvete, the legendary record store once owned by late Mayhem founder Øystein “Euronymous” Aarseth.

Anders Odden formed his first black metal band, Slaught, in 1986 after attending a rehearsal with Mayhem at the age of 14. He was one of the pioneers of the Norwegian scene, dealing with tape trading, organizing of concerts and creating extreme music of his own. He formed Cadaver in 1988, releasing what would be the first Norwegian death metal album on Earache Records in 1990. During this period, Odden performed alongside true Norwegian legends such as Darkthrone, Mayhem, Old Funeral and many more iconic bands. This field trip has exclusive anecdotes and personal memories of the early life of the scene from someone who was there since the beginning. The daily sightseeing schedule is as follows:

Black Metal Bus Sightseeing –
A Field Trip Through Norwegian Black Metal
12:00: Departure The Hub, Inferno Festival hotel.
12:30: Langhus station – Photo op – IYKYK
13:30: Visit to NESEBLOD RECORDS the site of “HELVETE” 1991-1993
15:00: Holmenkollen Kapell, re-done after church-fire that took place on August 23, 1992
16:00: Return to the Hub, Inferno Festival hotel.
Tickets for the tour are now available at the below links!
March 28: https://www.ticketmaster.no/event/726031
March 29: https://www.ticketmaster.no/event/726033
March 30: https://www.ticketmaster.no/event/726035
March 31: https://www.ticketmaster.no/event/726037

Official festival hotel – Clarion Hotel® The Hub:
In addition, Inferno Metal Festival is now revealing that the Clarion Hotel The Hub is once again the official hotel partner! The audience, artists, media, and music industry personnel will gather at Clarion The Hub for happenings, partying and a good night sleep. Moreover, The Inferno Music Conference will take place at the hotel prior to the festival doors opening on Thursday and Friday, for which more info will be revealed soon! Hotel guests will also be treated to an epic and inclusive breakfast buffet that runs until 11:00 A.M. (it’s worth waking up early for!) as well as free access to the swimming pool and sauna.

The Hub boasts Oslo’s best location, right in the city centre, next to Oslo Central Station and the Airport Express Train. It’s also only about a five-minute walk from the iconic rock bars and venues in which Inferno Festival will be hosting bands and special events: Rockefeller & John Dee, Salt, Kniven, Vaterland, Brewgata and Rock In, allowing guest to travel freely without the expense of taxis or transit. 

The special Inferno discount price is valid from March 24 to April 1, 2024. Extend your stay and experience Oslo! These prices will increase starting on February 28, 2024.

More information can be found via the official Inferno Festival Website or directly via the hotel’s website. The ”Inferno” booking code is enabled to get the discounted prices.

The iconic Inferno Metal Festival started in 2001 and is the longest running metal festival in Norway and one of the most important extreme metal festivals in the world. We are very proud of this position and we will continue fronting Norwegian metal and bringing bands from all over the world to Norway. Inferno Metal Festival is being held four days at Rockefeller Music Halls’ two stages Rockefeller and John Dee as well as many smaller clubs around Oslo. The festival takes place during Easter in Norway when not a lot of other stuff is happening in Oslo. The festival are usually sold out and more than fifty percent of the audience are from outside of Norway. The ticket sales are from all over the world including China, Australia, Chile, Japan, Taiwan, Canada, USA, Columbia, Argentina and many more.

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