Led Zeppelin’s long-in-the-works archival project will commence in 2014. First announced in November 2012, the band plans to remaster its entire back catalog and reissue each album as an individual box set with bonus material.
In a new update on his personal website (via Ultimate Classic Rock), Jimmy Page has announced that the band’s first three albums will surface in 2014. There’s still no word on the exact contents of each release; however, artist Shepard Fairly has reportedly been tapped to re-design the artwork for these reissues.
In the meantime, you can stream the band’s full catalog on Spotify. And who knows, by the time 2015 rolls around, maybe schedules will clear up and the band can hit the road in support of the reissues.