The medieval destruction of magick through the allure of the stench of sex and the resultant hollowness form the base for Lethe's latest exploration of death ambience, the frigid and scalding "Fhalesethence." Like winter winds flaying the skin in the arctic wastes, Lethe's formless and assaulting onslaught slices and shreds, carving away the physical to free the ghostly visceral within. In ancient times, beauty was lured with beauty and hacked away, robbing it of its most prized vitality. Human nature has changed little since then; greed and selfishness walk in hand with narcissism and the posture of refinement. Slowly, wonder vanishes from the world, swept away in a cloud of ever-growing stupidity and a failure to appreciate the unknown. "Fhalesethence" is a funeral song for what was lost, now only rusted memories and whispered fairy tales. Altar of Waste is pleased to present this staggering recording in a DVD package designed and constructed by Cory Strand in a limited edition of 10 hand-numbered copies. $10 ppd. in the United States. Overseas, please inquire as to exact cost.