Yesterday, it was announced that a new Led Zeppelin documentary was in post-production as part of the band’s ongoing 50th anniversary celebration. In fact, pretty much everything related to Zeppelin’s golden anniversary has received a grand announcement, with the exception of one thing: The Led Zeppelin logo generator.
We all know the font. We all LOVE the font. In fact, Francis Malofiy, the attorney representing the Randy Craig Wolfe Trust that is suing the band over plagiarism and copyright infringement on “Stairway to Heaven,” used the font when filing the lawsuit. (Side note: Using a potentially copywritten font style when filing a copyright lawsuit seems counterproductive, but that’s not the point to all of this.)
What is the point? You can now make your name look like the Led Zeppelin logo and provide just a tiny bit of joy for yourself on the internet, a place which at times can be an utter nightmare.
Check out the Zepplin logo generator in the link below as well as three other band logo generators: Pantera, Metallica and Judas Priest.
Erica Banas is rock/classic rock news blogger that loves the smell of old vinyl in the morning.