Led Zeppelin

Led Zeppelin fans, rejoice! Jimmy Page has announced that unreleased Led Zeppelin music will be made public next year in conjunction with the legendary classic rock group's 50th anniversary.

Page dropped the news during an interview with the guitarist in the Academy of Achievement, which payed tribute to Page during its 52nd annual International Achievement Summit in London.

"There'll be Led Zeppelin product coming out for sure that people haven't heard, 'cause I'm working on that," Page said in the video interview, which was conducted this fall and recently posted on the academy's official YouTube channel.

"Next year will be the 50th year, so there's all manner of surprises coming out," he added.

Page also hinted at playing live in 2018, stating, "I hope to be seen to be playing, so I better get on with it."

Switching gears, Page also discussed fans' continued love for Zeppelin's trademark song, "Stairway to Heaven."

"There's quite an achievement to have a record released in 1971 and people still refer to the solo, and as one of the best solos of all time," Page said. "And it gets voted one of the best solos of all time over all the decades. I mean, that's pretty extraordinary stuff. Hmm, I may not be able to top that, you know? I only have a few years left."