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Robin had been considering switching to the keyboard, but found that his injury unfortunately affected him as much on the keyboard as it does when playing the guitar.
“But my compositions are getting better and better,” Robin reassures us. Well then!
A quick interview with Robin on the process of recovering from his accident.Read Full Article
We had the opportunity to have the following short conversation with Robin.
How is the new album doing?
“First I will release an EP with 3 songs. They will be released later on the finished album.”
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Robin had an accident on Sunday. He tripped over an electric scooter and his left hand had to be sewn at the hospital.
Hi ability to play the guitar is temporarily a little impaired.
The owner of that scooter was to be …Read Full Article
Monk by the Sea will be record cover!Read Full Article
The ballad of the zombie girl…
Robin is working on a new song called Pripyat, about the long abandoned and contaminated town near the nuclear power plant Chernobyl which suffered a severe catastrophy in 1986, and a young girl, now …Read Full Article
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We had the opportunity to ask Robin about the latest news on his upcoming album Nyctophilia.
“Unfortunately, I have to change cities all the time, so everything is delayed a bit.”
But there’s also good news:
“I’m about to make …
Robin bought a reduced Dean RC7x for 999.- and is sure that it is cursed.
The frets came off and the tremolo lock at the saddle frequently cut the 1st string in two.
The machining was unacceptable.
“Thank God I didn’t buy one …
Robin let a prostitute sleep in his room for several nights. Robin did not flirt with her so nothing happened between them. He also did not ask any questions and does not even know her real name. The young woman …Read Full Article
Robin has been practising some Christmas songs on the guitar and whishes all of his fans in his fight against negative mainstreamers, jealous goth rockers and violent anti-bizarre freaks a constructive and happy Christmas. Stay bizarre and postive!Read Full Article