Here's an exclusive opportunity to preview new music from Led Zeppelin's forthcoming reissue of 1976's Presence.

This alternate take on "Hots on For Nowhere," a song by Robert Plant and Jimmy Page that grew out of the sessions for 1975's Physical Graffiti, is part of an expanded deluxe-edition package that also features tempting extras like a reference mix for "For Your Life" and a previously unheard instrumental with the curious title of "10 Ribs & All/Carrot Pod Pod (Pod)."

Led Zeppelin has already released a bonus track called "Sugar Mama" from a tandem reissue of 1982's Coda, which is due on July 31 alongside Presence and an update of 1979's In Through the Out Door.

Each will be available as a single remastered CD, a deluxe-edition multi-disc set with unreleased companion audio, single remastered LPs on 180-gram vinyl, deluxe-edition remastered vinyl LPs with companion audio and as digital download remasters. The super deluxe box set also includes a hardbound, 70-plus page book filled with rare photos and memorabilia.

In Through the Out Door was the last original Led Zeppelin project, released a little over a year before the death of drummer John Bonham in 1980. Coda collected leftover odds and ends from throughout the band's illustrious career.

These three albums conclude a lengthy album-by-album reissue series overseen by Page. Free of this huge project, Page is now promising new solo music, and perhaps even a tour. Plant is currently tearing it up on tour in support of his most recent album, lullaby and... the Ceaseless Roar.

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