All resistors have inductance.
You can't get rid of it.
Even a piece of wire has inductance.
I assume you meant Low Inductance?
But In practice, if it's small enough, you can ignore it, especially at audio frequencies.
BTW, I've seen very hot ceramic resistors in the field. As a few posters have pointed out, some types do run extremely hot at full power, so may seem pretty damn hot at say 25% of their power rating.
Chris, this is from the Mouser catalog: Description: Wirewound Resistors - Through Hole 3watts 0.25ohms 1% Non Inductive
So even though they are low inductive like you say it is common industry practice to call them non inductive.