‘Black To The Future’ is out May 14 via Impulse! Records.
The first posthumous archival release from the ‘88 touring band, the album features 29 unreleased performances.
The collection will also feature original instrumental beats produced by Slim Shady himself specifically for this release.
The song is from the film 'Four Good Days' starring Glenn Close and Mila Kunis, which is released on April 30.
Due out on June 11, the new collection was recorded by the band at the Tokyo Dome, Japan on March 13, 2001.
The new track marks the duo's first new material since 2019's 'No Geography'.
Delivering the band their first number one hit single, it went on to become Queen's only song to sell over a million copies on two occasions in the UK.
The much-acclaimed title will be reissued in its original 2LP format on June 11 in celebration of its 45th anniversary.
The auction will also include unique items from Bruce Springsteen, David Bowie, Led Zeppelin, and many others.
The single comes on the heels of her highly successful covers and originals series, ‘Covered-19.’
The film will also focus on Stanley and Simmons going back to when they were two trouble-making kids from Queens.
Other entries include a film about Rolling Stone writer Ben Fong-Torres and a documentary on the cast of ‘Kids.’
“I love these new versions because they are interpretations of these songs that I would have never come up with on my own,” says Manos.
'Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm' also features interviews about the residential studio with Black Sabbath, Coldplay, Simple Minds, and others.
Set for publication in September, the coffee table-style book focuses on Ronnie James Dio’s time from the legendary hard rockers