A month before the tour with the singer Adam Lambert, Brian May announced the launching of a new Queen album with unreleased recordings of the '80s, which of course include Freddie Mercury's voice.
Beyond the title, the statements are not very revealing: 'We found some songs with Freddie singing and us playing', 'It's very emotional, with big ballads and epic sounds' and other obvious things as well as the name of the album, which seems to be 'Queen Forever'.
Curiously there is nothing (for now) on the official website of Queen on Facebook, squarely focused on the promotion tour with Adam Lambert, whose passing fans should not be too encouraged by the news, as it would delay the launch a potential album again with the singer.
The thing is that engineers should be trying to adjust the audio of the songs 'found', although it is unclear if it will overdubs. I wish them great stay and disk-is announced for end of the year-worthy successor to 'Made in Heaven', the true post-mortem of Mercury released in 1995, four years after his death.