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Inferno Metal Festival

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Inferno Metal Festival

Inferno Metal Festival
Genre Heavy metal
Dates Easter
Location(s) Oslo, Norway
Years active 2001-

Inferno Metal Festival is an annual extreme metal festival in Oslo, Norway. The festival was founded by Borknagar guitarist Jens F. Ryland in cooperation with Radar Booking in 2001 and take place at Rockefeller Music Hall.


  • Lineups 1
    • 2011 1.1
    • 2010 1.2
    • 2009 1.3
    • 2008 1.4
    • 2007 1.5
      • Kick-off party 1.5.1
    • 2006 1.6
    • 2005 1.7
    • 2004 1.8
    • 2003 1.9
    • 2002 1.10
    • 2001 1.11
  • External links 2



The 2011 edition took place at Rockefeller Music Hall from April 20 (club night), to April 23.


The 2010 edition took place at Rockefeller Music Hall from March 31 (club night), to April 3.


The 2009 edition took place at Rockefeller Music Hall from April 8 (club night), to April 11.



The 2007 edition took place at Rockefeller Music Hall on April 5, April 6 and April 7.

Kick-off party


The 2006 edition took place at Rockefeller Music Hall and John Dee from the 13th to the 15th of April.






External links

  • Official site

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