Posts in the Category: News

New Songs in the Making!

While working on the video to the upcoming “Haus is Syrien” Robin found the time to write the lyrics to a song about a man trying a new way to solve his problems.


Kill Everybody
First is the one that never greets …

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Follow-up to Haus im Libanon: Haus in Syrien!

Robin has started working on the follow-up to Haus Im Libanon ( from 2006: Haus in Syrien! Like last time the music will be that of the traditional House Of the Rising Sun.


Es stand ein Haus in Syrien

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New Song: Jeanny (Falco Parody)!

Robin has started a side project named “Robin B. Czar’s CoverLover” in which he creates parodies of famous songs. He starts with the song Jeanny by Austrian singer Falco, featuring Rosie Ulrich as Jeanny – but this time Jeanny kidnaps …

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Review of Mission Bizarre on The Independent Spotlight!

” B. Czar’s lyrics and performance are on point: he’s not your traditional vocalist or predictable talent. It’s a bit like if David Bowie and Alice Cooper had a lovechild. He’s got the sensibility and theatrical nature of both, with the …

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FAULKNER Review of Mission Bizarre!

8.3/10! This really makes my day!

Mission Bizarre by Robin B. Czar

Robin B. Czar is a singer/songwriter and guitarist hailing from England. His signature
sound is a mix of classic rock like Black Sabbath and W.A.S.P. with more modern
rock/metal artists like Marilyn …

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Robin is happy to announce that he has reworked the songs Fee and Mad Scientist from his forthcoming album Mission Bizarre. “Free has an additional guitar solo and the rhythm guitars of Mad Scientist are now different. I have also …

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New Song: Until We Meet Again

This is going to be the final track on Robin’s new album MISSION BIZARRE, listen to it and enjoy!

 Until We Meet Again

At the grave
Rose in hand
Hear a whisper in the rain
And there …

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New Song – Requiem!

Robin remade one of his early works – the formally German vers is now in English. The original version can be found here:


You are laid out in a sea of light
Your eyes are closed, your face is white
Those candles burn, …

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