The classic of German hardcore / punk history was officially re-released for the first time. The first inferno longplayer “Tod & Wahnsinn” was in the eighties “the most important ” hardcore record in Germany !!!! Mülleimer Records from germany put aout these milestone of the German punk / hardcore History The LP was recorded at the end of 83 in the Berlin Music Lab under the direction of Harris Johns. 20 songs with a speed and brutality at that time, unbelievable !!! these recordings includes also the track “Ram It Up”, years later then the N.Y.C. Thrash metalers of S.O.D. covering the track. For the cover Artwork the band find an artist called Pushead who was later also active for Metallica. With this LP Inferno then actually became world famous, they are recording material for various samplers (including Cleanse The Bacteria, Welcome To 1984, Ultra Hardcore Power and others) also made sure the inferno got a very high priority in the scene. Later on the LP was re releasesed on the Brazilian label called Woodstock Discos without any permission of the band, they didn’t know that Mülleimer records give a licence to the label. Later a bootleg version Tod & Wahnsinn LP came out, in a very bad presentation without any info. The re-release has now been redesigned down to the smallest detail after Archie’s remastering, and the booklet was put together the way it was originally planned for release.