The five-piece is currently involved in finishing their third album, which soon will be recorded.
The band comments: “We are really happy to be signing to From The Vaults and we hope to reach a wider audience through the label’s promotional network. When we saw the band’s initial band roster, it felt like a place we would fit in“. And they continue: “We are from a Do-It-Yourself-background and we aim to maintain the same underground spirit that has been a driving force in the band’s development so far. But we have to be honest. We get our energy from playing shows and making music. Not from doing all the administrative and promotional work that is essential to success. We are confident that our collaboration with From The Vaults will help us reach new heights“.
Regarding the nearest future, Steel Inferno has the plans well set too. “We will enter Angioni Studios to record a new album“, they say. “This will be our first album with Chris Rostoff on vocals. The songs we’ll be recording are stronger than anything we’ve done before. If what we’d done in the past was akin to early European metal like early Accept and Judas Priest we’ve now stylewise perhaps moved a little closer to some of the earliest US power metal bands like Helstar, Jag Panzer and perhaps even Fates Warning sometimes – all mixed with our ground influence in pre-thrash bands like Agent Steel, Savage Grace and early Slayer and Metallica. We’ve got a handful of shows and festivals booked so we are really looking forward to getting out of the rehearsal room once again“.
Steel Inferno is a raging speed metal combo straight outta Copenhagen.
Since the band’s formation in 2012 the band has released two albums – ‘Aesthetics of Decay’ in 2016 and ‘…And the Earth Stood Still’ in 2020. Steel Inferno have played shows with bands like Witch Cross, Burning Witches, Tyranex, Cauldron, Ranger, Altar of Oblivion, Iron Fire, and at festivals like Muskelrock in Sweden, Heavy Agger and Metal Magic in Denmark.
Steel Inferno will appeal to fans of classic metal in the vein of Agent Steel, early Slayer and Exciter and to everyone who is into speed and intensity mixed with a sense of melody.
With an album in sight and with new, eccentric singer Chris Rostoff behind the mic the band is ready to strike hard and deliver a high caliber metal attack that leaves no one spared.
Steel Inferno is:
Thierry Zubritovsky – Bass
Jens Andersen – Guitars
Chris Rostoff – Vocals
Lars Lyndorff – Guitars
Krzysztof Baran – Drums