A Swedish company Pause Ljud & Bild, is offering coffins complete with speakers and a streaming Spotify account to keep the tunes rocking in the grave. For $30,000, audiophiles can jam all afterlife long in one of these special coffins, known as the CataCombo Sound System and featuring two-way speakers and a “divine” subwoofer.

Friends and relatives of the deceased can even select songs to play using Spotify that will then go out over the coffin's speakers via a wireless 4G Internet connection embedded in the person's gravestone.

The  CEO of Pause, has vowed to be buried in one of the coffins and is allowing strangers to add to his "Pause 4-Ever" playlist. As Silicon Republic points out, it now features such fitting songs as Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” and Jon Bon Jovi’s “I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead” .

The CataCombo Sound System first made headlines back in December 2012, before it included the addition of Spotify. The idea was lampooned on "The Colbert Report," where Stephen Colbert summed up his take on the product: "If you just spend enough money, death will be pleasant.”


Here is a video of the said coffin