Nattramn (Mikael Nilsson)

Name Nattramn (Mikael Nilsson)
Birth date 1975
Country Sweden
City Unknown

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 "Transformalin" 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 is a co-operation between Nattramn and the Växjö Psychiatric Ward and Växjö Health and insurance office. Diagnose: Lebensgefahr should not be considered as Silencer part two but rather “face too” 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.
He released his first book titled "Grishjärta" or "Pig's Heart" in the English version in 2011.
He formed the industrial ambient project Sinneskross in 1994, then changed the name into Trencadis in 1995 and recorded a demo called "Ödelagt" in 1996, dubbed onto tape and given only to a handful of individuals at the time. It has been re-released in 2012, limited to 300 hand-numbered copies through Nattramn's label HAL.