Led Zeppelin is giving fans a look inside the Super Deluxe Edition of the upcoming remastered reissue of the band’s 1975 album Physical Graffiti, in a new promotional video that premiered online this week at the group’s official site and YouTube channel.

Set to the epic Led Zeppelin tune “Kashmir,” the 36-second clip shows all the elements featured in the box set, including the original two-disc album and “companion audio” disc on both CD and vinyl; a 96-page hardbound book of rare and unseen photos and memorabilia; a card allowing access to a high-def digital download of the expanded Physical Graffiti; and a limited-edition numbered print of the album’s cover.

The Physical Graffiti reissue also will be available as a standard two-CD set, a deluxe three-CD edition boasting the “companion audio” disc, and vinyl and digital versions of those two packages.

The revamped Physical Graffiti will be released on February 24, exactly 40 years after the original album hit stores.

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