2004 (age 13)
Diagnose: Lebensgefahr is an industrial / drone project with ambient overtones created by Nattramn (vocalist of the legendary suicidal black metal band Silencer).
Diagnose: Lebensgefahr is a co-operation between Nattramn and the Växjö Psychiatric Ward and Växjö Health and insurance office. Nattramn was offered to write and record music as therapy and rehabilitation during one year. With no regards to his own health or personal integrity, his album is an insight into a mind lost many years ago - resulting in 11 disturbing and personal audio tracks, when compiled given the name "Transformalin".
Diagnose: Lebensgefahr should not be considered as "Silencer part two" but rather “face two” in the transformation of the mind and body of Nattramn. As the future of Nattramn is uncertain, always was and always will be, the future of Diagnose: Lebensgefahr remains the same.
Official website: http://www.diagnoselebensgefahr.com
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