Queen's Brian May to Release 'Queen in 3-D' BookThe book will feature over 300 unseen 3-D images, showcasing the band's history from the early 1970s until present day.
Brian May Reveals Freddie Mercury Movie is 'Closer Than Ever'“We’ve been 12 years on this trail, but I think we’re very close now to an announcement."
Queen's Brian May on Manchester Bombing: 'Why Do They Hate Us?'"To me, it’s almost impossible to imagine the kind of hatred that has to exist in someone if they would bomb children.”
Brian May Says Freddie Mercury Lost Most of Foot During AIDS Battle"He said, ‘You probably gather that I’m dealing with this thing and I don’t want to talk about it.'"
Queen's Brian May Slams England's Prime Minister Over Support for Fox Hunting"It’s official today. The battle lines are now drawn. This awful woman will bring back blood sports, unless we stop her in her tracks.”
Brian May Cancels Remaining Tour DatesThe Queen guitarist is taking a break to get healthy.
Queen's Brian May Enjoyed Elizabeth Banks' DNC Trump ParodyBanks didn't get Queen's permission to use "We Are The Champions," but May appreciated the joke.
Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, More React to France Terror Attack"I am praying for you France. When u open your eyes and see chaos, we will close our eyes and see harmony. We are with you."
Brian May Blasts Sacha Baron Cohen Over Freddie Mercury Biopic"It’s obvious that it wasn’t going to work, him playing Freddie. It wouldn’t suspend your disbelief."
Queen's Brian May Raises Awareness of Earth-Impacting AsteroidsAs if there weren't already enough to worry about, it turns out that Earth is under dire threat from small asteroids.
Was Nazi Imagery Used in a Remake of Queen's 'We Will Rock You' for an Indonesian Political Ad?Music, especially punk and metal music, have used Satanic and Nazi imagery to shock fans for years, but for an 'Indonesian Idol' judge, it might not have went as planned.
Queen Plan to Put Out Freddie Mercury-Featuring Unreleased Material This YearTurns out releases from Michael Jackson and Johnny Cash may not be the only albums getting the old-is-now-new treatment in the coming months.