Iconic frontman Robert Plant has given us somewhat of an unexpected hint during the interview on Australian edition of "60 Minutes". Apart from talking about his younger days and solo career, the vocalist has dropped a big one on us suggesting that Led Zeppelin might have a reunion sometime during next year.
The singer went on to blame his bandmates Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones for not taking enough initiative, adding he is "not the bad guy" and that the silence is caused by their horoscope.
"The two other guys are Capricorns and... they don't say a word. But they are quite contained in their own worlds and they leave it to me. I'm not the bad guy... You need to speak to the Capricorns because I've got nothing to do in 2014."
The band has held their last concert back in 2007 at O2 Arena in London, with John Bonham's son Jason handling the drum duties. As far as the more current events go, the band is currently negotiating an online stream of their back catalogue.
We know we shouldn't get our hopes up too high with this kind of story, but it's the Led Zep reunion we're talking about, quite possibly the biggest rock band of all time. With the fans anxiously awaiting this for many years now, we can only hope that this time they're serious about it.
So this might turn out to be pretty big, right? Are you keeping your fingers crossed or have you simply given up hope for the Zeppelin reunion after all these years? Let us know in the comments section below.