Led Zeppelin Launches Mystery Countdown; Sparks Rumors Of Reunion Tour

Legendary rockers Led Zeppelin sparked the curiosity of fans and media alike after launching a mysterious countdown on Saturday via the band's official Facebook page.

On Saturday, a photo of the word "Five" was posted in a font similar to the band's fourth album. The following day, the a picture of the word "Four" was revealed. As expected, Monday morning delivered a posting of "Three." By this timeline, whatever the band has in store should be revealed on Thursday.

Though fans are speculating that the news of a tour may be on the horizon, a report by The Guardian hints that the announcement is likely the release of a CD/DVD package from the band's 2007 reunion show. Furthering the report, Jimmy Page's manager, Peter Mensch, shed some light on the project.

"It's almost here," Mensch tweeted over the weekend. "I've seen it and heard it. Almost five years to the day."

Led Zeppelin reunited on December 10, 2007, for a one-off performance at London's O2 Arena during a tribute concert in memory of music executive Ahmet Ertegun. Jason Bonham filled in on drums for the project.  


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