Blue Oyster Cult Release New Video ‘That Was Me’

Blue Oyster Cult release a new single/video from their new album The Symbol Remains (scheduled to be released October 9, 2020), the single/video ‘That Was Me’. This is a follow up from their previously released single. Both the song (as it appears on the album) and video feature a special guest appearance on backing vocals and cowbell.

The album The Symbol Remains is the first album to be released in two decades for the band.

Blue Öyster Cult was formed on Long Island at the end of the ’60s, and are known for hits such as “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper,” “Burnin’ for You,” and “Godzilla.” Song with heavy riffs and great hooks, the band remains a constant touring presence and as relevant as ever.  The band has been covered by everyone from Metallica and HIM to moe, which showcases the wide-ranging influence of their music.

The current lineup includes Eric Bloom, Donald “Buck Dharma” Roeser, Richie Castellano, Danny Miranda and Jules Radino. To find out more information about the new album and other touring news please visit Blue Oyster Cults website at

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