The Inferno

The Inferno


The Inferno blends classic rock, jazz, funk, and blues laced with daring improvisations, to create a live show full of suspense and excitment that keeps the listener on the edge of the seat always wanting more. The sound that we create strikes a nerve with fans of all ages and backrounds.


The Inferno had its beginings two years ago where all the members went to the College of Music at Montclair State University. Although their influences are varied all members had a common interest in playing progressive music with an emphasis on improvisation. John comes from a background of brass and high note trumpet playing while Jeff and Dante had their foundations in rock, metal, and funk. Sulamian brought some soul to the group, adding much latin and r and b flavor. All members have a common interest in Jazz and fusion and above all any music that rocks and makes you move. Some of our influences include, Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, Maynard Fergeson, John Coltrane, Led Zepplin, John Scofield, Herbie Hancock, The Allman Brothers, Arturo Sandaval, MMW, Pantera, Judas Priest, Van Halen, Joe Satriani, Phish, Moe., Derrek Trucks, George Benson, Joe Pass, Ron Carter, Sly and the Family Stone to name a few


Crazy and Bassic Infernation are our two current singles you can check them out at
also some new recordings of some upbeat and
very swingin jazz standards

Set List

Inferno sets vary greatly from night to night. They may include many funk and r and b standards such as Brick House, Thank You as well as many different versions of jazz tunes ranging from Freddie Hubbard and John Coltrane to Frank Sinatra. The Inferno also has an ever growing list of origional material as well as arrangements. They have been known to play sets lasting well over an hour and can fill an all night show as well as one set.