Impaled Nazarene, DVNE Added to Inferno Festival 2019


Finnish black metal greats Impaled Nazarene and UK sludge/doom band DVNE have been added to Inferno Festival 2019. The fest already boasts Opeth, Dimmu Borgir, The Black Dahlia Murder, Taake, 1349 and many more. More bands will be announced soon. Check out the full line-up so far below.

The full lineup for Inferno 2019 so far is:

Dimmu Borgir, Opeth, Taake, 1349, Vomitory, Gaahls Wyrd, Carach Angren, Batushka, Tribulation, The Black Dahlia Murder, Impaled Nazarene, DVNE, Misþyrming, Archgoat, Urfaust, Cult Of Fire, Svarttjern, The Ruins Of Beverast, Der Weg Einer Freiheit, Skogen, Inculter, Valkyrja, Caronte, Shakma, and Avast.

Check out Ghost Cult’s review of Inferno Metal Festival 2018 here!

2019 will be Inferno’s 19th edition of the festival that keeps on growing. The successful sold-out Inferno 2018 had the festival for the first time all four days at Rockefeller Music Halls’ 2 stages – Rockefeller & John Dee. With more than 50 percent of the audience coming from outside of Norway in 2018


We are now selling tickets at the price of 2000,- NOK. These tickets are available in a limited quantity/time period. After the tickets at this price level are sold out we reach the last price level of 2250,- NOK.

Clarion Hotel® The Hub – Our Offical Festival Hotel

Clarion Hotel The Hub is a renovated, expanded, renamed and a new edition of our old official festival hotel Royal Christiania from a couple of years ago. The hotel opens in March 2019 so it will be brand new at the time the festival starts. The rebuilt hotel has a much stronger focus on events and conferences compared to earlier.

The Inferno family; artists and fans, media and music industry will gather at the hotel for four days of happenings, partying and a good night of sleep. During the Inferno week there will be Inferno pre- and after- parties in the bar, black-metal breakfasts, Inferno exhibitions and a hell of a lot of special treats for our guests.

The Hub boasts Oslo’s best location, right next to Oslo Central Station. The hotel is currently undergoing renovations and will reopen in March 2019 with 810 modern hotel rooms, 24 meeting rooms and 2 unique bars and restaurants.

During the festival period from April 14th to 22nd the hotel offers rooms at special festival rates.