There really isn't much in the way of unreleased material in the Queen archives at this point, but fans hoping for an expanded edition of the band's 'Live at the Bowl' album and concert film are in for a treat.

Eagle Rock has announced the impending release of a reissued 'Queen on Fire - Live at the Bowl,' adding an extra disc of bonus material to the original 25-song set, which was culled from a stop at U.K.'s Milton Keynes Bowl on the band's 1982 tour. Due on May 21, the new 'Live at the Bowl' will also include interview footage, photos, and select performances from other shows on their '82 concert schedule -- adding up to more than three hours of material.

"We hadn’t seen the footage for years, but when we looked at it we couldn’t believe how good it was," enthused drummer Roger Taylor in the press release that accompanied the news. "We were on fire."

In addition to expanding the original set, which has been available since 2004, the reissued 'Live at the Bowl' offers what Eagle Rock is calling "extensively restored" audio and video. Have a look at the complete track listing below.

'Queen on Fire - Live at the Bowl' Expanded Track Listing

Disc One
'The Hero'
'We Will Rock You (Fast)'
'Action This Day'
'Play the Game'
'Staying Power'
'Somebody to Love'
'Now I'm Here'
'Dragon Attack'
'Now I'm Here (Reprise)'
'Love of My Life'
'Save Me'
'Back Chat'
'Get Down Make Love'
Guitar Solo
'Under Pressure'
'Fat Bottomed Girls'
'Crazy Little Thing Called Love'
'Bohemian Rhapsody'
'Tie Your Mother Down'
'Another One Bites the Dust'
'Sheer Heart Attack'
'We Will Rock You'
'We Are the Champions'
'God Save the Queen'

Disc Two
Live Performances from Tokyo, November 3, 1982
'Flash / The Hero'
'Now I’m Here'
'Put Out The Fire'
'Dragon Attack'
'Now I’m Here' (Reprise)
'Crazy Little Thing Called Love'
'Teo Torriatte'

Live performances from Vienna, May 12, 1982
'Another One Bites The Dust'
'We Will Rock You'
'We Are The Champions'
'God Save The Queen'

Backstage interviews with Brian May and Roger Taylor
Backstage interview with Freddie Mercury
Interview with Brian May and Roger Taylor
Photo Gallery