This amazing display of cinematic excellence that is the movie Raiders of Atlantis (or Atlatis Interceptor, or Atlantis Inferno, or I Predatori de Atlantide - depending on which country it was released) was conceived in Italy with a semi-american cast in 1983. The story takes place in Miami 1994 when the population of Atlantis appear out of nowhere due to nuclear radiation of course, and they're a pissed off biker gang with face paint and uzis ...of course.
Apart from the amazing acting and scenery, the music is ace. Totally saucy boogie-disco and arpeggio mood pieces laden with rocking guitars and that typical "action" drum sound.
Guido & Maurizio De Angelis are the brothers behind this soundtrack as well as countless other italian movies of the 1970s and 1980s.
The main theme was released as a 12" single by Kangaroo Team Records under the name Black Inferno. According to Discogs that's also the title of the track, which makes sense since it is sung repeatedly throughout both the instrumental and vocal version (with plenty of macho growling)