25 Years Ago: Freddie Mercury Stares Down His Mortality With Queen’s ‘Innuendo’
Throughout 1989 and 1990, Queen toiled away on their 14th studio album while fans eagerly awaited the end result.
Queen’s ‘Somebody to Love’ Featured in Honda Super Bowl Commercial
Honda's ad for Super Bowl 50 finds a group of sheep joining in for a soaring rendition of Queen's "Somebody to Love" – at least until a farmer gets within earshot.
Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Electrifies New ‘Suicide Squad’ Trailer
It shouldn't still be this exciting to hear "Bohemian Rhapsody" used in a commercial..
Watch the English National Ballet Interpret Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’
We've seen plenty of tributes to Queen's classic "Bohemian Rhapsody" in honor of the song's 40th anniversary, but this one might have taken more work than the rest of them put together.
‘Everybody Wants Some’ Trailer and Poster Pay Homage to Classic Rock
Richard Linklater has revealed the first trailer and poster for Everybody Wants Some, the long-awaited "spiritual sequel" to his rock-fueled coming-of-age comedy classic Dazed and Confused.
Queen, ‘Flash’s Theme’ vs. Rush, ‘Cygnus X-1′: Rock Star Wars
After cruising through our Rock Star Wars competition at warp speed, Queen and Rush face off in the final round.
35 Years Ago: Queen Sail the Seas of Sci-Fi Cheese With ‘Flash Gordon’
Rushed to the screen in the wake of Star Wars' incredible success, Flash Gordon never had a prayer of provoking much more than unintentional laughs.
Queen, ‘Flash’s Theme’ vs. Europe, ‘The Final Countdown': Rock Star Wars
Two of rock's most over-the-top outer space-themed songs face off as Queen's "Flash's Theme" takes on Europe's "The Final Countdown" in our Rock Star Wars Battle.
Queen, ‘Flash’s Theme’ vs. Guns N’ Roses, ‘Rocket Queen': Rock Star Wars
It's a rock royalty bonanza as we pit Queen's "Flash Gordon" against Guns N' Roses' "Rocket Queen" in the semifinals of our Rock Star Wars tournament.
David Bowie, Queen, Brian Wilson and More Highlight Record Store Day Black Friday Exclusiv…
A stack of Record Store Day Black Friday goodies that already includes Judas Priest, Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan just got piled a lot higher.