Deathprod – Deathprod Boxset

Author: justin | Published: 23/7/07

deathprod boxeset

Deathprod boxset

Deathprod Booklet

Deathprod CD closeup

Deathprod CDs

Deathprod title closeup

Artist: Deathprod
Album: Deathprod boxset
Label: Rune Grammofon
Year: 2004
Designer: Helge Sten , Kim Hiorthøy
Type of music: Dark ambient, drone
Notes: 4 CDs and a 32 page booklet in a heavy card box. To quote Spinal Tap;

David – “Well, I think it looks like death…it looks like mourning. I mean it looks…”
Nigel – “I think he’s right, there is something about this, that’s that’s so black, it’s like; “How much more black could this be?” and the answer is: None, none… more black.”

The box is black, the booklet is black, the music is black. All four albums each marked with a single icon on the cover and embossed on the CD itself, gloss on matte. As a compilation to mark the end of the Deathprod project, this is perfect.


  1. That is jaw-droppingly gorgeous. I’m glad I stumbled across this site, but I fear it’ll be highly dangerous; I’ve already ordered this from Forced Exposure (Rune Grammofon’s US distributor). Good luck on getting the site back together!

    Comment by CJ — April 24, 2008 @ 4:14 am
  2. Thanks CJ.

    Comment by colin — April 29, 2008 @ 6:52 pm
  3. Everything in this site is gorgeous! I’ve bought some items because of this site. Thank you so much fot this excellent virtual space. Deadproth box set was the first item I had in my hands after my first visit here. Great great concept in everyway: art and music! =)

    Comment by Isauro — September 5, 2008 @ 8:58 pm
  4. such beautiful packaging, such a terrible typo.


    Comment by karol — January 4, 2010 @ 4:29 pm
  5. So pretty. Too bad it’s “Tristan da cunha” and not da cuhna =P

    Comment by Pedro — January 4, 2010 @ 8:31 pm
  6. fa schifo

    Comment by giacomo — March 5, 2015 @ 2:38 pm


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