Dan Capp's Wolcensmen creates heathen hymns from the mists of England. He was originally known as a member of the Anglo-Saxon themed metal band Winterfylleth but his acoustic side project Wolcensmen is now the focus of his work. Dan’s music evokes the persistent paganism in the folk ways of the peasants of England, and breathes life into a natural expression of the English folk soul. In this interview we discuss a few of his songs and the meaning of the pagan themes in his lyrics.

Wolcensmen website: https://wolcensmen.com/

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All songs used with permission of the artist Dan Capp and are also permitted according to Fair Use policy since the artistic works included are all discussed within the podcast. I do not claim the rights to any songs used.

Rings like Wayland, 'Neath a Wreath of Firs, Lady of the Depe © Wolcensmen
Lorn and Loath, Of Thralls and Throes, Sprig to Spear © Indie Recordings
Winterfylleth - Æcerbot © Candlelight Records

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