NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: New Rock and Metal Releases for 4-12-24


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ALBUM REVIEW: Blue Oyster Cult – Ghost Stories


One of the least high-profile sign-offs since Button Gwinnett affixed his moniker to the Declaration, Ghost Stories (Frontiers Music srl), billed as Blue Oyster Cult’s final studio album, still qualifies as a “must have” for aficionados, even if it will never be widely celebrated or remembered in the same way as Secret Treaties, Agents Of Fortune, Cultosaurus Erectus, or Fire Of Unknown Origin.Continue reading


PREVIEW: New Music Friday – New Rock and Metal Releases for 4-12-24


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Blue Öyster Cult Share Single and Video for “So Supernatural” – Album Coming Soon



After recently celebrating their 50th Anniversary, Blue Öyster Cult is now gearing up for the release of their new studio album, Ghost Stories. The collection of reimagined and newly completed songs, spanning from 1978-2016, is due out April 12th via record label Frontiers Music Srl. The band have also shared the single “So Supernatural,” with a new music video, blending classic rock and modern AI. Watch it in the article below and read more about the album.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Lucifer – Lucifer V


In the beginning … there was Lucifer! And now this fifth full-length outing for the “occult metal” outfit proves to be a thoroughly satisfying, good ol’ heavy rock ’n’ roll album which, at its very best – the outstanding “Slow Dance In A Crypt” – can be downright beautiful and utterly beguiling.

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New Music Friday – New Rock and Metal Releases 12-8-23


 

What new albums are you excited for this week!? Can you pronounce them all!?

 

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Founding Blue Öyster Cult Member Albert Bouchard to Release The First “Imaginos” Graphic Novel


Deko Entertainment and Albert Bouchard, a founding member of Blue Öyster Cult will release the first Imaginos Graphic Novel, telling the decades-old tale of the ever-changing shapeshifter Imaginos. Albert Bouchard is best known as a founding member of Blue Öyster Cult. The original lineup sold millions of albums for Columbia Records, with such classic songs as “(Don’t Fear) the Reaper” and the number one hit on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart “Burning for You.” Bouchard contributed to songwriting and lead vocals on some of its greatest songs, such as “Cites on Flame With Rock and Roll.”

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PREVIEW: New Music Friday – New Rock and Metal Releases 12-8-23


 

What new albums are you excited for this week!? Can you pronounce them all!?

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EP REVIEW: Tribulation – Hamartia


 

Descending consecutive steps of the shadowy nooks and crannies of the psyche, like Werner Herzog revealing more abject layers of vampiric horror, Sweden’s Tribulation have never been a one-trick (bat) pony. They are the rare band with sophisticated songwriting smarts, an ominous and seductive allure, and the self-awareness to not tip their hand too far into unintentional macabre cheese camp while still straddling the gulf between Hammer homage, the deep subconscious mind, rock n’ roll, and death.

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John Carpenter, Dead Kennedys, Boy Harsher, and Blue Öyster Cult, Featured on the “Halloween Ends” Soundtrack


 

The “final” movie in the Halloween film series has been released in theaters, and trust us, it rules! Our return to Haddonfield, Illinois and Michael Myers brough us this awesome movie by Blumhouse Studios, directed by David Gordon Green and produced by John Carpenter, Jamie Lee Curtis, Green, and Danny McBride among others, the soundtrack has several bangers on it. In addition to the classic Halloween theme song and a score by Carpenter and his son Cody and Daniel Davies tracks include “Halloween” by Dead Kennedys, Don’t Fear The Reaper” by Blue Öyster Cult, and “Burn It Down” by Boy Harsher.

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