Norwegian Turbonegro singer Hank Von Hell dies at 49

By | November 20, 2021

Hank Von Hell Death – Cause Of Death: Legendary Norwegian singer who was the lead vocalist for the Turbonegro band Hans Erik Dyvik Husby also known as Hank Von Hell has passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Friday 19th November 2021 at the age of 49 surrounded by friends and family. His death was announced by his family via his Instagram page.

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Hank was born on 15 June in the year 1972, he was a great member of the Turbonegro a Norwegian rock band that was active from 1989 to 1998, and from 2002 to the present. The band combines glam rock, punk rock, and hard rock into a self-described “deathpunk” musical style. He played guitar so well and was a great vocalist.

Some of his albums include, Never Is Forever (1994), Ass Cobra (1996), Apocalypse Dudes (1998), Scandinavian Leather (2003), and many others. His inspiration and motivation will be missed. His cause of death has not been released at the time of this report. Hank Von Hell’s obituary will be announced by his family in a comfortable time.

Below are some of the tributes made on social media by his friends and family.

Lillestrøm Sportsklubb in a post made on Facebook said “It is with great sorrow that we have received the message that Hans-Erik Dyvik Husby has died, only 49 years old. In recent years, Lillestrøm has been the home of the artist, and he has many times expressed great love for the city, the people, and the Sports Club. At least we remember well this video he sent us two days after the demolition in 2019. At the home match against Strømsgodset Saturday 27. November we will honor “Hank” at Åråsen by playing some of his songs. Rest in peace.”

The Commander-In-Chief said “I’m shocked and deeply saddened by the death of my friend @hankvonh Hank was the 1st celebrity to ever reach out to me as he loved my song “Evolution,” and my work in general. He wanted us to do a collaborate. What he didn’t know was that I was a massive fan of his band @turbonegrohq – it took a few years before I told him so. The two of us were in touch frequently and I guess that I always imagined that we would meet in real life at some point. The two of us were supposed to do an event together a few years back, that sadly got canceled. Hank really loved his daughter, so my thoughts really go out to her at what must be an unbelievably difficult time for her. I can’t believe that Hank is dead. The world has not only lost a legend, Hank was a really great human, that I was lucky to befriend. RIP. #hankvonhell #turbonegro”

Photo credit – Ade Dovey