Hard to find debut album by this solo artist that the Ultimate Prog Rock Discography describes like this.
"DR. COENOBITE (also known as The COENOBITE) is a one-man unit, namely guitarist Coen Vrouwenvelder, whose symphonic electronics with a classical twist may remind you of Swedish guitarist Yngwie Malmsteen. He handles classical, electric, 6- and 12-string acoustic guitars as well as piano, synthesizers, drums and percussion. His technical abilities aren't exactly what sells his albums but his accessible melodies are pleasant enough.
He released two albums in the early 90's. "My Habit" ('92) is all instrumental with a very dark atmosphere. Among others, it features a 30-minute track with a good range of mood and tempo changes as well as some interesting sound effects."
Well, I don't know about the Malmsteen reference but the rest seems accurate enough. For myself, I think a more sensible comparisoon would be Steve Hackett's solo albums mixed with Vangelis or Bjorn Lynne. Anyway this album is a private release that is probably long gone!