I believe I heard about Winterfylleth from a comment somebody made on youtube. After a few searches I came across the original version of the song "Ghost Of Heritage" and from there I was hooked.
The music is not what I'd call technically challenging, but with many black metal artists, it's not about the musical talent - it's about the atmosphere. Winterfylleth definately succeed in generating atmosphere in all of their songs, aided further by the reasonably well written lyrics which are largely a tribute to the people who created the England we know today.
My favourite tracks on this include the opener Mam Tor, Forging the Iron of England and Defending The Realm.
If you like black metal then you'll probably like this album - I would liken some of the tracks to early Burzum at times, the vocal style is different and the recording quality is (slightly) better, but the style is similar.
On the whole, The Ghost Of Heritage is a good start for this manchester based band, although I would have liked it to be longer, it comes in at just under 49 minutes which in my eyes is about 10 or 15 minutes too short.
If like me you enjoyed this album then I'd definately suggest getting their second offering, The Mercian Sphere. I've yet to listen to my copy of it as it's not been delivered - I can only assume that the lorry it was on got stuck in the snow on the motorway!