Me And That Man, Mantar, Befouled and More Added to Inferno Festival 2024

Norway’s Inferno Metal Fest have announced another batch of artists for their March 2024 lineup. Now joining the bill – which already features At The Gates, Candlemass, and many others – are Me and That Man, Mantar, Befouled, Zustand Null, and Visegard. Find out more about these new additions in the article below.

Me And That Man

Dark folk-rock, country, and gothic blues – probably not what you expected at Inferno. But that’s exactly what you’ll get when Me and That Man take the stage at Rockefeller during Easter 2024. And maybe it’s not such a surprise when you know that the mastermind behind this project is none other than Adam “Nergal” Darski from Behemoth. On their three released albums so far, he has been joined by guests like Gary Holt, Abbath, Blaze Bayley, Alissa White-Gluz, Corey Taylor, Ihsahn, David Vincent, and many more. This will be a concert like no other.



Mantar is a German duo consisting of drummer Erinç Sakarya and guitarist Hanno Klänhard. They were inspired by bands like Melvins, Darkthrone, and Motörhead when they formed Mantar, resulting in unique music that blends sludge metal, rock ‘n’ roll and black metal. Since their inception in 2012, they have released five albums. Their latest work is titled Pain Is Forever and This Is the End, which has received glowing reviews. This will be the band’s first appearance at Inferno Metal Festival.



Østfold is not far from Sweden, so it’s perhaps not surprising that the death metal band Befouled is one of Norway’s most avid users of Boss HM-2 pedals. If you want that buzzsaw sound in your death metal, Befouled is the band to reckon with. They have released two albums of old-school death metal so far, with Denying Pulse coming out last year. We look forward to having the band with us at Inferno Metal Festival 2024.


Zustand Null

Oslo-based band Zustand Null has built a solid reputation in the metal underground since their formation in 2016, initially going by the name Ignotus for a few years. Finally, in 2023, their debut album Beyond the Limit of Sanity was released, and it was definitely worth the wait. The result is solid black metal of the finest kind. The band is already back in the studio working on their follow-up, so we can look forward to their next release and, of course, their performance at Inferno Metal Festival 2024.



Visegard hails from Telemark and plays old-school black metal, reminiscent of the kind we all loved in the 90s. They released a fantastic debut album in 2014, and since then, we’ve been eagerly awaiting a follow-up. We got a taste in 2021 when they released a split album with Kirkebrann – and it left us craving more. So, we are thrilled to have the band at Inferno for the very first time.


Inferno Metal Festival 28. – 31. March 2024

At the Gates





Me and That Man

Carpathian Forest

Cattle Decapitation



Keep of Kalessin


Arthur Brown








Signs of the Swarm

Bell Witch

Extermination Dismemberment


Phantom Fire


Umbra Conscientia

In Twilight’s Embrace

200 Stab Wounds


Zustand Null




Vomit Forth



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