So this is one of those few situations where I've dipped into my big neofolk collection instead of sharing something metallic or punky. Cailleach makes really gorgeous folk music - somewhere between the bummed loner folk of Bob Desper and traditional Celtic reels - which is steeped in Celtic witchcraft lore. The mystery man behind the music has a great ear for melody and harmony, bordering on the familiar. In fact, drawing on that, the fact that I got this from Pale Horse Recordings, and the signature "B.H." in the insert leads me to believe this might be the work of Imynvokad's Beleseth (I'll rip some Imynvokad soon, that 7" he did on Pale Horse is a high point in American black metal). Speculation aside, this is great.
"These dark hymns were performed in the Hag's Garden in the presence of the Great Spirit Wermod and the Good Company of the Dead upon Samhaine, anno Lamiae 2012.
O brothers and Sisters of Arte: cast thy bones into the Cauldron, that the Veiled One shall raise up the New Flesh!"