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Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi and Queen’s Brian May Might Be Working On Something Together

by Paul Cashmere on April 24, 2019

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Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath and Brian May of Queen have been longtime best mates and it looks like now they might be collaborating on something.

Tony Iommi dropped a few Instagram hints of a potential collaboration with May this week. Then again, he could have just been a couple of friends spending the day together.

Iommi and May first suggested a collaboration back in 2013. So far nothing has surfaced. However, Iommi has been “retired” since Black Sabbath shut down for business in 2017. May, on the other hand, has a world tour set to begin in 2020 but has a few months up his sleeve at the moment.

Iommi’s main project currently is a reissue of the 1995 Black Sabbath album ‘Forbidden’ remixed.

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A different photo with my best friend

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Great day with my buddy Brian.

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