Led Zeppelin

Interviews

Chicago Avant-Metal Stalwart Bruce Lamont Is Constantly Experimenting

Stream the musician's dark, nuanced new solo album, 'Broken Limbs Excite No Pity.'
Emily Reily
3.23.18
Music

A Look Back at Hipgnosis, Pioneers of the Avant-Garde Record Cover

The English design group dreamed up iconic covers for Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin, and more.
Demented Burrocacao
2.8.18
Interviews

The Man Behind Rock Music's Most Iconic Photos Discusses His Process

Up-and-coming shooter Elijah Dominique interviews Neal Preston, a photographer who has shot timeless photos of everyone from Led Zeppelin and Bob Marley to Whitney Houston and Michael Jackson.
Elijah Dominique
11.21.17
Essays

Don't Cry Over HMV, Go Support Your Local Record Store

"When you're at the cusp of a major boom in physical media you've got to jump on it. And they seemed to dip their toes very gently into it."
Luke Ottenhof
3.14.17
Deep Ass Questions

What Is the Millennial "Stairway to Heaven?" A Battle Royale

Is it Kanye? Coldplay? Could it be... Keane?
Phil Witmer
3.14.17
Noisey News

Robbie Williams Thinks Jimmy Page Is Spying on His House

Williams says the Led Zeppelin founder has "been sitting in his car outside our house, four hours at a time."
Lauren O'Neill
11.15.16
Features

Led Zeppelin Have Won Their "Stairway to Heaven" Copyright Case

According to a jury, Jimmy Page did not plagiarize the "Stairway" intro from Spirit's song "Taurus."
Phil Witmer
6.23.16
Longreads Or Whatever

Can I Break an Old Man's Heart by Telling Him Led Zeppelin May Have Stolen "Stairway to Heaven"?

I hit the many streets and guitar shops of London to find out.
Oobah Butler
4.13.16
Interviews

We Interviewed Our Dads About 'Led Zeppelin IV'

The most dad record of all time deserves to be talked about with dads.
Noisey Staff
6.19.15
Features

Thirteen Trippy Rock'n'Roll Cartoons You Should Almost Definitely Not Show to Children

Freak out over the killer soundtracks for this this devil's dozen of vintage, psychedelic, and definitely NSFW animations.
2.1.15
Longreads Or Whatever

Robert Plant's Good, Big Life

We talk to the former Led Zeppelin frontman about his near five-decade career, and what exactly it means to be Robert Plant.
Eric Sundermann
10.2.14
Music

Led Zeppelin's Road Manager Is Still a Badass

Richard Cole wasn't even 20 in 1965 when he became manager of the Who—but he's most famous for managing Led Zeppelin at the peak of their rock-god insanity. Now nearing 70 and still full of manic energy, Cole agreed to sit down with us for a quick...
John Liam Policastro
6.24.14
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