The more things change, the more Lemmy stays the same. He is a pillar of stability in the wobbly world of metal, where bands and trends come and go. Almost every Motörhead album sounds like the last, albeit with a couple new twists thrown in. And that's not a bad thing. Indeed, this 2005 platter serves up the expected blend of thrashers, midtempo grinders, and amped-up, old-time rock & roll, but Inferno feels like the group's spark has been rekindled.
01 Treminal Show 02 Killers 03 In The Name Of The Tragedy 04 Suicide 05 Life's A Bitch 06 Down On Me 07 In The Black 08 Fight 09 Year Of The Wolf 10 Keys To Kingdom 11 Smiling Like A Kiler 12 Whorehouse Blues
01 Killers 02 Love For Sale 03 Tragedy 04 Road Crew 05 Whorehouse Blues 06 Bomber 07 Whorehouse Blues