7. Inferno (2004)
Inferno was the first album from the extremely fruitful union between Motörhead and producer Cameron Webb, who seemed to be able to coax the very best out the band.
This is exactly what you want from Motörhead; a big, fuck off, ugly brute of a record. Lemmy may have always maintained they were not a heavy metal band, however they could deliver heavy metal like the best of ’em when they wanted to!
From the brutal “In The Name Of Tragedy” to the opening one-two-punch of “Terminal Show” and “Killers” and the closing acoustic bluesy holler of “Whorehouse Blues”, to many people, this album was a fine return to form but in truth Motörhead had barely put a foot wrong throughout their long career.