Hank Von Helvete
November 30, 2021
Hans Erik Dyvik Husby (June 15, 1972 - November 19, 2021), better known by his artist name Hank Von Helvete, was the singer of the Norwegian death-punk band Turbonegro. Husby’s band is best known for its language of cheek about homosexuality and punk rock humor, as well as creating their own “death punk” style. The band was formed in 1988, and ten years later in 1998 it temporarily disbanded due to Husby’s drug problems. Husby resigned from Turbonegro in the summer of 2010 due to his substance abuse problems. He joined Scientology and attended its Narconon Drug Detention while living on Moskenes Island in Lofoten, where he worked at the Norwegian Fisheries Museum and as a local radio announcer. After Turboegron, Husby joined Doctor Midnight & The Mercy Cult, which made one album. In 2018, she recorded Hank Von Hell's album Egomania. Husby married Heidi Riinen in 2004, but they divorced in 2007. Since then, Husby has been married to model Gro Skaustein. The couple had a daughter on December 22, 2008. Husby starred in the 2010 Swedish film Cornelis, where she starred in the main role of the film, Cornelis Vreeswijk.