Three eccentric mechanics, Jimmy de Ville, Ant Partridge and Helen Stanley, are on a mission to bring the once Great British engineering company, Goblin, back to life. Together they restore some of the world's best known cars and bikes, using artisan skill to create wacky and daring designs.
This series follows the trio as they tackle complicated builds, all whilst taking on the pressures of expanding a new British business and brand. Featuring ground-up restorations, Goblin Works Garage turn classics into customs - completely transforming the look and performance of cars. Coming up, Jimmy sets out to build a ‘rally car for the road' but a test drive crash changes the plan of action for its restoration. With wild paint schemes, engine upgrades and cutting edge design, this is a super stylish, custom car show like no other.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Goblin Works Garage - Nicke Andersson - Netflix
Nicke Andersson (also known as Nick Royale born 1 August 1972), is a Swedish singer, guitarist, drummer, songwriter and composer most known for his work as the singer and guitarist of the successful Grammy award winning rock band The Hellacopters and drummer for Swedish death metal band Entombed. He has also done work as a producer as well as artwork for most the bands he has been involved with. Besides his work with the Hellacopters, Andersson is currently the drummer and songwriter in the soul band The Solution with Scott Morgan as well as the drummer, guitarist and songwriter in the death metal band Death Breath. Andersson has been involved in well over a hundred different official releases with different bands. He is currently touring with his new project, Imperial State Electric. Andersson was also the drummer of Tiamat in 1989, who were under the name of Treblinka, but he was no longer in the group by that year and he did not record any material with them.
Goblin Works Garage - Other work - Netflix
In 1998 Andersson, together with former band mate Dregen, Ginger (from The Wildhearts) and Thomas Skogsberg formed Supershit 666, the band's music was very reminiscent of the early Hellacopters sound. The band released a self-titled EP in 1999 but never played live. However Dregen and Ginger have both expressed interest in playing together again, possibly as Supershit 666. After releasing “By the Grace of God”, Andersson was invited to join Wayne Kramer and the remaining members of the MC5 for their reunion tour in 2003 and 2004. In 2004 Andersson joined up with Swedish punk veteran Johan Johansson from KSMB and Strindbergs. They released the single (Komma ut ur matchen) NU!. A Swedish version of (Gotta get som action) NOW! They were joined by musicians such as Anders “Boba” Lindström and Dregen from Hellacopters and Sulo from Diamond Dogs. The single also contained the song 8 pm, an English version of the KSMB song Klockan 8. Along with fellow Hellacopter member Robert Dahlqvist, Andersson recorded drums and guitars for Swedish singer/songwriter Stefan Sundströms 2004 album Hjärtats melodi. Apart from being a producer/co-producer with his own bands, Andersson produced Swedish rock band Dollhouse's second album The Royal Rendezevous in Acetone Studio, Stockholm in late 2005. Also at Acetone Studio he played on Neil Leyton's The Betrayal of the Self album along with Backyard Babies's guitarist Dregen. The next year he produced the Backyard Babies fifth studio album People Like People Like People Like Us. In 2009, it has been announced that Andersson and Neil Leyton have a side-project called The Point, with a 7" single titled “Give it a try” due to be released in the spring of 2010.
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