The upcoming Led Zeppelin bootleg ‘Deus Ex Machina’ is now expected to be released in late May or early June

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“Deus Ex Machina,” the upcoming Empress Valley soundboard bootleg of Led Zeppelin’s March 21, 1975 Seattle show, is now expected to be released in either late May or early June. It had previously been rumoured that the album would be released at some point in May.

“Heartbreaker” was the first track from the upcoming bootleg to be published online. Led Zeppelin bootleg website Starship posted “Heartbreaker” online, and you can hear it at this link. Click the speaker icon to download the track.

The sample track came from “Viva La Revolution,” a promotional release from Empress Valley which includes songs from various different Led Zeppelin bootlegs.

Here’s the setlist for March 21, 1975, via Led Zeppelin’s official website:

Rock and Roll

Sick Again

Over the Hills and Far Away

In My Time of Dying

The Song Remains the Same

Rain Song, Kashmir

No Quarter

Since I’ve Been Loving You

Trampled Underfoot

Moby Dick

Dazed and Confused (incl. Woodstock)

Stairway to Heaven

Whole Lotta Love (incl. The Crunge)

Black Dog

Communication Breakdown

Heartbreaker

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