The ex manager TURBONEGRO Leader Hank von hell has shot down speculation that the singer took his own life.
The Norwegian musician, whose real name was Hans-Erik Dyvik Husby, was just 49 years old when he was found dead in Slottsparken, a public park in central Oslo, on Friday, November 19.
Boye nythun, who was also HusbyHis best friend told Se Og Hør from Norway: “In the last few days, we have seen and observed a lot of rumors about Hans-erikDeath. I can deny that Hans-erik he took his own life. Hans-erik he had optimistic plans for the future and a lot to look forward to.
“It was no secret that Hans-erik has lived a hard life at times. He has also been open about this before. The last few months have been very hard for him and unfortunately the sum of a hard life became too much for him. Hans-erikThe body could no longer bear it. It was found at Slottsparken. His body had simply said ‘stop’. It is tragic and now we ask for peace.
“We won’t say anything more about the case, but [we have decided to go public] with this [information], to avoid further speculation and rumors. “
After training in the late 1980s in Nesodden, Norway, TURBONEGRO recorded four well-received albums and toured extensively before breaking up in 1998, citing From hellHeroin addiction as a cause. After a four-year hiatus during which From hell registered in rehab. A unique appearance in 2002 in Norway Quart Festival led to the band’s first new album in five years, 2003’s “Scandinavian leather”. Two more reunion albums followed, including the one from 2007. “Retox”, after which From hell left TURBONEGRO and formed a new band, DOCTOR MIDNIGHT AND THE CULT OF MERCY.
In 2018, From hell released his first solo album, “Egomania”and followed it up with last year. “Dead”.
More recent, Skein contributed guest voices to the song “Cadillac black hearse” in the last album of Me and that man, the band led by BEHEMOTH Leader Adam “Nergal” Darski.
From hell, also know as Hank von helvete, United TURBONEGRO in 1993 as their third lead singer, replacing Harald fossberg.
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