The Led Zeppelin countdown clock continues.
In anticipation of the official announcement regarding the forthcoming release of the band’s 2007 reunion concert, Zeppelin started on online countdown Saturday by posting the word “Five” – in full Zeppelin logo font.
“Four” followed on Sunday and, now, Zeppelin have offered up “Three” on Monday.
Zeppelin have posted the first video tease for the project, featuring a 15-second clip of audience applause behind a graphic of the individual band member’s logos.
The buildup towards an official announcement comes on the heels of a news leak by Belgian classic rock radio station RTBF, who reported that Zeppelin’s December 2007 show at London's O2 Arena will be released on DVD and CD in November.
The posting – which has since been removed from the site – cited Warner Music sources as saying a double DVD set, accompanied by two CDs, will be made available.
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