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Led Zeppelin post cryptic 'Five' message online

Fans speculate over possibility of live DVD release


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Led Zeppelin sent their fans into rumour mill overdrive yesterday when they officially joined Twitter and posted a cryptic image around the word 'Five'.

The band posted the image you can see above along with a message which reads simply: "Hello #ledzeppelin"

Fans have decided that the 'Five' message is a hint that the band are set to release a live DVD of their O2 Arena gig in London, which happened five years ago in 2007.

This theory was backed up by Peter Mensch, who manages Led Zep guitarist Jimmy Page posting a message on Twitter which read: "it's almost here. I've seen it and heard it. almost 5 years to the day."

However, there is no confirmation yet as to what the cryptic image means with many fans hoping (perhaps optimistically) that the group are set to release a fifth studio album.

What do you think the 'Five' message means? Let us know in the comments below.

Led Zeppelin 1969 - 1978

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