...a 400-page time capsule into the bands exceptional career, and
sequentially depicts artwork, illustrations and curated photographs
personally chosen from the band's never before seen
archives.--Kelly Caminero "Daily Beast "
...an assemblage of vivid photographs, artworks and more culled from the band's personal archive. The images mix the epic and the intimate, the iconic and the rarely seen...--Rebecca Milzoff "Billboard "
The visual allure of Led Zeppelin in its prime was a not-inconsiderable element of the band's colossal appeal.--Steve Futterman "Publishers Weekly "
New behind-the-scenes photos offer a rare glimpse into the world of Led Zeppelin through the years.--Keith Griffith "Daily Mail "
A photographic journey through the band's entire career, featuring rare and exclusive images, many that have never been seen before.--Andy Burns "Sirius XM "
All three [surviving members] have raided their personal photographic archives to deliver an impressive, weighty tome.--Mojo Magazine
A massive, 400-page coffee table tome, filled with glossy, high resolution shots of the band at their decadent, high-flying best, with annotations written by Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones, and quotes from the late, great John Bonham.--Corbin Reiff "Uproxx "
Take a walk down memory lane with one of the greatest rock bands of all time.--Sophie Shaw "CR Fashion Book "
Shines a new light on the band and their monumental legacy.--Benjamin Hammond "Another Man "
Chock-full of personal photographs, reproductions of posters, backstage passes, and handwritten lyrics.--Esquire
This is the story of the band who defined rock and roll, as seen by the band themselves.--PDN
This 400-page chronology spans half a century of the band's unparalleled career.--Blabbermouth
Takes readers on tour with the band and offers a behind-the-scenes look along with handwritten lyric sheets, elaborate concert posters and colorful backstage passes.--Kyle Almond "CNN "
The surviving members of Zeppelin worked closely on an epic photo history that reveals the people behind the golden-god myth.--Rolling Stone
The first official visual history of the band who made rock heavier than ever before, with unprecedented access to their photographic archive.--The Guardian