Even googlen en je weet het:
"Even a cursory look at Winterfylleth’s website would reveal that making English black metal – or, more specifically English Heritage Black Metal – is of paramount importance to the band. Their album covers feature idyllic English countryside scenes, while their lyrics are based on ancient Anglo-Saxon poetry, telling of epic battles and legends.
This got the band some unwanted publicity in the early days, leading to the cancellation of some early shows. Indeed, type Winterfylleth into Google and the first suggested search option – before even ‘Winterfylleth merch’ – is ‘Winterfylleth racist’. Naughton is clearly frustrated with the tag, which in the early days of the band’s career, came to define the band.
“A lot of bands have had that. There have been bands that have been accused of it, and they’ve always tried to shy away from it and hide behind pseudonyms, not responding to those kinds of questions in interviews, but I think we were really overtly aware that mud sticks,” explains Naughton.
“We’ve always publicised the fact that that is not what we are. We’ve always tried to say if you think there is a problem, send us an email about it and we’ll get back to you with details. I think it was a storm-in-a-tea-cup that for some reason defined who we are in the early years of the bands career. It has taken us until this point – where we have media coverage and the opportunity to articulate the fact that we’re not the NSBM dickheads that everyone seemed to think we were.”" http://orlandocrowcroft.com/music/the-rise-and-rise-of-winterfylleth/