Marrow’s “Enema” Flushes Out New Packaging Concept

March 7, 2010

Marrow's Sunshine Enema

Album is on a flash-drive disguised as a pill!

Hailing from San Francisco, Marrow combines industrial, electronica, and a dash of goth to give you a sound that will have you dancing to your misery.  This trio focuses their music on the sadness in life and the dark and depressing, making Trent Reznor look like Mr. Rogers in comparison.

While anyone can think up depressing lyrics, it takes a certain stroke of genius to come up with a package for your music as sick (pun intended) as Marrow’s new release “Sunshine Enema”.  Analyzing that the CD industry is in serious trouble, Marrow bypasses CDs completely and comes up with a flash-drive in the form of a pill, that is in a pill bottle, with a “doctor’s prescription” and information brochure on how to administer this work of art.

To see more pictures of this amazing packaging concept, check out The Dieline blog.

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