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Zbigniew Robert Promiński

 

Zbigniew Robert Promiński

Inferno
Inferno with Azarath, 2011
Background information
Birth name Zbigniew Robert Promiński
Also known as Inferno
Born (1978-12-30) 30 December 1978
Tczew, Poland
Genres Blackened death metal, black metal, death metal
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Drums, percussion, guitar[1]
Years active 1995-Present
Associated acts Behemoth, Witchmaster, Damnation, Azarath, Devilyn, Deus Mortem, Artrosis, Christ Agony
Inferno with Deus Mortem, 2011

Zbigniew Robert Promiński (b. 30 December 1978 in Tczew),[2] stage name Inferno, is a Polish heavy metal musician, best known as the drummer for blackened death metal band Behemoth. He has also contributed to bands such as Azarath, Witchmaster, Damnation, Deus Mortem, Artrosis, Christ Agony and Devilyn. Also, his endorsements include Paiste cymbals, Czarcie Kopyto pedals, Pearl drums, Evans drumheads, and Vic Firth drumsticks.[3][4][5]

Inferno joined Behemoth in 1997. "Slaying The Prophets ov Isa" and "Pazuzu" from The Apostasy he has reached a tempo of 270bpm in the studio. Shemhamforash reached 275bpm in studio. Slaves Shall Serve was 270 bpm, but at Sweden Rock Festival in 2005, he played it at around 290bpm.

At NAMM 2008, Spaun Drums unveiled a 8x14 signature Inferno snare drum. The 18 ply Maple/Birch snare drum features a gun-metal finish with custom graphics and diecast hoops.[6]

Discography

Behemoth
Witchmaster
Damnation
  • Rebel Souls (1996, Last Epitaph)
  • Coronation (1997, Last Episode)
  • Czarne zastępy – W hołdzie KAT (1998, Pagan Records)
  • Resurrection of Azarath (2003, Conquer Records)
Deus Mortem
  • Darknessence (EP, 2011, Witching Hour Productions)
  • Emanations of the Black Light (2013, Strych Promotions)
Guest and session work
  • Devilyn - Promo 2000 (2000)
  • Artrosis - Ukryty wymiar (2001, Metal Mind Records)
  • Artrosis - W imię nocy (2001, Metal Mind Records)
  • Christ Agony - NocturN (2011, Mystic Production)

Setup

  • Paiste
    • 14" RUDE Wild Hats
    • 13" Signature Mega Cup Chime
    • 20" RUDE Novo China
    • 18" RUDE Novo China
    • 18" RUDE Wild Crash
    • 15" 2002 Wild China
    • 19" RUDE Wild Crash
    • 20" RUDE China
    • 24" RUDE Mega Power Ride
    • 17" RUDE Wild Crash
  • Pearl Reference
    • 2x 22" x 18" Bass Drum (RF2218BX)
    • 10" x 8" Tom (RF1008T)
    • 12" x 9" Tom (RF1209T)
    • 13" x 10" Tom (RF1310T)
    • 14" x 12" Tom (RF1412T)
    • 16" x 16" Floor Tom (RF1616F)
    • 18" x 16" Floor Tom (RF1816F)
    • 14" x 6.5" Snare Drum (RF1465S)
  • Evans Drum Heads
    • 22" Bass Drum - GMAD Clear(Batter),EQ3 Black(Resonant)
    • AF Patch - Kevlar Single Pedal
    • 14" Snare - Genera HD Dry(Batter),Hazy 300(Resonant)
    • Blasters Series Snare(20 Strand)
    • Toms - G2 Coated(Batter),G1 Clear(Resonant)
    • Magnetic Head Key
    • 12" 2-Sided Speed/Workout Pad
  • Vic Firth American Classic Extreme 5B Wood Tip drumsticks[7]
  • Monolit Czarcie Kopyto Pedals[8]

References

  1. ^ """MUSIC ARENA - Nergal: "Behemoth to nie Big Brother. Musicarena.pl. Retrieved 2011-10-19. 
  2. ^ "Behemoth". Behemoth.pl. Retrieved 2011-10-19. 
  3. ^ "Artists-> Inferno (Image)". Paiste. 2007-02-08. Retrieved 2011-10-19. 
  4. ^ http://www.pearleurope.com/WhatsUpNewsDetail.aspx?ID=291&Pagetype=Artist&Title=Inferno&MenuId=3
  5. ^ http://www.evansdrumheads.com/EvArtistDetail.Page?ActiveID=3551&ArtistId=40324&tid=0
  6. ^ "Find the Latest in Music Gear News and More | Harmony Central". News.harmony-central.com. Retrieved 2011-10-19. 
  7. ^ "Vic Firth Artist Roster". Vicfirth.com. Retrieved 2011-10-19. 
  8. ^ "profesjonalny sprzęt perkusyjny". Czarcie Kopyto. Retrieved 2011-10-19. 
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