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    Posted: February 28 2017 at 09:29
Glorious Wolf is a musical project from guitarist/composer Ruud Dielen from the Netherlands, who's passion for symphonic & progressive (jazz)rock, has resulted in dynamic progrock music with eclectic & jazzrock influences.
Strong melodies & arrangements add with some obscurity.

Some positive commends from Soundcloud fans:
*Great twist and turns and impressive feel for the arrangement.
*Uncompromising music with great ambitions and bold arrangement.

If you feel "Glorious Wolf" is worthy to review on Progarchives, please visit our Bandcamp page.
https://gloriouswolf.bandcamp.com/releases

Tracklist:
1. Aquarius I 04:28
2. Aquarius II - Bearing The Water 04:31
3. Aquarius III - Seeding The Future 05:38
4. Broken Arrow 02:08
5. Questions 06:03
6. Healing Colours 04:05
7. Old Diamonds Shine Brighter 04:17
8. Shaman's Journey 04:19
Release date: 19-02-2017

If you feel "Glorious Wolf" is worthy to review on Progarchives, please visit our Bandcamp page.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: February 28 2017 at 09:36
Hi here Ruud.

Your band is already under evaluation in the jazz rock quarters, so no need to make duplicate threads. One thread pr topic tends to be the golden rule (which is why I'm closing this one).
You need to wait for the team to finish before you can expect any reviews. Just watch the old thread you started (where Keishiro (Damo) answered you).

Good luck
David
“The Guide says there is an art to flying or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.”

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