Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian has shared a photo of Queen guitarist Brian May and praised him for his works with NASA.

Here’s the statement:

 “I’ve been listening to Queen since 1975, you could say I’m a big fan. Our son got into them heavily about 6 months ago and their catalog has been playing 24/7 in our house. Getting to experience them through my son’s ears has been an amazing experience, delving deeper than I ever have into their records, their arrangements, their completely original sound.

It’s like hearing them for the first time 43 years later and they sound even better, just utterly fantastic. And if that’s not enough, check out this super-cool piece that Brian just did as a tribute for a recent NASA mission. In case you didn’t know, Brian (Dr. May) is also an astrophysicist.”

You can see the photo below.

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I’ve been listening to Queen since 1975, you could say I’m a big fan. Our son got into them heavily about 6 months ago and their catalog has been playing 24/7 in our house. Getting to experience them through my son’s ears has been an amazing experience, delving deeper than I ever have into their records, their arrangements, their completely original sound. It’s like hearing them for the first time 43 years later and they sound even better, just utterly fantastic. And if that’s not enough, check out this super-cool piece that Brian just did as a tribute for a recent NASA mission. In case you didn’t know, Brian (Dr. May) is also an astrophysicist. Here’s the link: https://gizmodo.com/brian-mays-anthem-for-the-new-horizons-probe-is-really-1831428899 @pearlcaliforniacountry @brianmayforreal @officialqueenmusic @nasa #tbt

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2 days ago, Brian May has shared the new official video for his new song “New Horizans”. This song is his first new song in over 20 years today from NASA headquarter.

You can watch the video below.