If you're to the meandering borderline pop songs such as early Death in June or the like with post-punk, I try and avoid that as much as I can, so I wouldn't know anything. If you're looking for something more along the lines of neo-folk (more or less) though, I'd recommend the following:
Sol Invictus - The Death of the West
reminiscent of DiJ's But, What Ends When the Symbols Shatter?, but slightly less mystical and more emotional.
Der Blutharsch - Der Sieg des Lichtens ist das Lebens Heil!
A sort of patch work of samples and loops, with a more martial tone than the accoustic works of aforementioned bands.
Rome - Masse Mensch Material
Although going crossing the line into pop territory a bit too much for my tastes, it's nevertheless a rather solid, well executed work with very nice vocals.
Tribe of Circle - The Advent of Redemption
Mesmerizing stuff, using repeating loops and choirs in a way that reminds vaguely of a cross between Burzum's Filosofem and Biosphere's Shenzhou.
The Moon Lay Hidden Beneath A Cloud - The Smell of Blood but Victory
A more medieval take on Der Blutharsch's work (or rather, the other way around considering this was made first).
I always get a bit frustrated with neo-folk though, as, although conceptually it should be a genre that produces some great music, just about every album I hear has a number of annoying flaws that, should they be fixed, would've been a great album. It's like what Black Metal would be if there would be nothing but demo tapes.