Bulb – ‘Archives: Volume 2’ [Album Review]

As expected, the further we went down the rabbit hole that is the Bulb Archives series, showcasing the historic demo work of Periphery’s Misha Mansoor, the more interesting it would get as we neared the end, having travelled from his early years until the present day. Over the past volumes, we have witnessed the growth of both the artist and guitar player, finding various personal hot-spots and hi...

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