Disillusioned with metal, I've been on a neofolk and martial industrial binge last year, looking for inspiration (then springtime and Beherit came, but that's another story).
Most of the people here probably know that neofolk basically sucks and usually serves as an "alternative" version of mainstream popular music - equally boring, but the lyrical "message" sounds cool and rebellious. It's quite surprising that the most popular neofolk acts are absolutely tedious, while there's quite a lot of interesting stuff going on in the underground. After all, Burzum, Immortal or Darkthrone are household names in the black metal community - while neofolkers clinge to crap like Death in June.
Enough whining, let's get to the recommendations.
Instrumental violin+guitar. It's not Andres Segovia, but the general idea seems somehow similar.
These guys - who served in a local militia instead of living a hippie life in the 60s - are apparently Rolling Stones contemporaries who restarted their career in the early 90s. The bad part is that you can hear their best songs on their MyAIDS site, so don't bother with the rest of their ouevre.
This is positively great "fascist propaganda". Brass, snares and kettle drums bordering on kitsch - organised into short epics which relate to the experience of European interwar conservative revolutionaries. It's very metal once you notice that Triarii steals from Bruckner like Burzum does.
Pantheon Legio Musicahttp://www.myspace.com/pantheonhq
Majestic romantic Roman music translated into a popular format. Lord Wind and late DCD fans will probably enjoy it.
Any more ideas?