Tag: Blue Oyster Cult
Blue Oyster Cult is Back with The Symbol Remains, Their First in 20 Years!
The Symbol Remains is the fifteenth studio album from Blue Oyster Cult. Blue Oyster Cult has long been one of the most underrated of all classic hard rock bands. Although to mainstream audiences the group is only known for a handful of classic rock radio hits, the group has a far deeper-reaching discography with some […]
Hired Gun – New Film Looks at Neglected Contributors in the Music World!
In KISS’ classic era, Peter Criss wore the makeup of the Catman on the live stage and entertained millions around the world. Can you name the man on stage that wears that makeup now? There is one man who has played bass for Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne, Dio, Whitesnake, Blue Oyster Cult, and Queensryche. Can […]
Blue Oyster Cult – A Look Back at Imaginos, the End of an Era!
By 1988, Blue Oyster Cult was a mere shadow of what it had once been. The mighty classic hard rock titans, who had released gems like “(Don’t Fear) the Reaper,” “Burnin’ for You,” “Godzilla,” “Hot Rails to Hell,” and “Black Blade” were down to a mere two classic members, and their more recent albums to […]
Rondinelli – Rare Recordings Featuring Bobby Rondinelli, Ray Gillen, James LoMenzo, and more!
One of the most underrated rock drummers is Bobby Rondinelli. Known in fan circles for his role in bands like Rainbow, Quiet Riot, Black Sabbath, and Blue Oyster Cult, this drummer is still going strong. Like anyone in the world of rock and roll, he has many portions of his career that have […]
Incantation – Classic Blue Oyster Cult drummer Albert Bouchard Releases His First Ever Solo Album!
As a classic member of Blue Oyster Cult, Albert Bouchard rocked the world in the 1970s and early 1980s. Drumming and playing in BOC alongside his brother, bassist Joe Bouchard, he appeared on their biggest hit albums and tracks. Bouchard parted ways with the group following their legendary 1981 release, Fire of Unknown […]