Hank Von Hell Death – Hank Von Hell whose real name is Hans Erik Dyvik Husby was conceived on June 15, 1972, he is a Norwegian performer, is popular for being the lead artist of the underground rock band Turbonegro.
Hank Von Hell’s Death was made known through his official Facebook account. It reads: We are very sad to announce that Hans-Erik Dyvik Husby, also known to the world as Hank von Hell, sadly passed away on November 19th, 2021.
We kindly ask for your respect to the family and close friends in this moment of tragedy. – Hank Von Hell official account
Hank Von Hell Obituary is yet to be determined, as family are still mourning the death of their beloved.
Von Hell’s previous band Turbonegro is known for its clever humor managing gay style and underground rock shenanigans and the arrangement of a classification they call “passing troublemaker.” The band was shaped in the last part of the 1980s and delivered a few records prior to disbanding in 1998 in view of von Hell’s heroin habit that kept him from performing. In the wake of recuperating, Turbonegro rejoined in 2002, yet the band halted endlessly in 2010. The fundamental explanation is his new way of life as a calm family man.
In 2009, he tied for number one with Maria Solheim on the Norwegian singles outline with “Rom for alle”. This tune has stayed No. 1 in the three weeks including the 2009 Christmas Chart.
Von Hell assumes the main part in Cornelis, a 2010 Swedish film about artist musician Cornelis Vreeswijk.
On June 6, 2011, von Hell delivered their first collection I Declare: Treason with his new band Doctor Midnight and The Mercy Cult.
Toward the finish of 2011, he filled in as an adjudicator in the Norwegian TV series “Icon”. His memoir was delivered in Norway in October 2012 and was composed by the essayist and writer Hawadrem, where he spoke openly about his life up until now.
On August 31, 2018, von Hell delivered the primary single “Bum to Bum” from his impending independent collection “Egomania”. The collection was delivered around the world on November 2 through Sony Music/Century Media.
He made this collection with the assistance of guitarist and musician Eric Bachman (otherwise called Cat Casino). Von Hell was asked in a meeting in 2018 for what good reason he chose to return and make an individual record. He said: “The circumstance is perfect. I have finished my existence with other “heavenly messengers” and I feel it’s an ideal opportunity to return and do what I generally ought to. What to do-take care of business. Then, at that point, shake your butt.”
On January 25, 2019, the tune “Counterfeit It” was chosen for the 2019 Melodi Grand Prix, addressing Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest held in Israel.