What's that you say? A new Led Zeppelin song? Allow me to explain. Jason Bonham, who plays drums for Black Country Communion, was also the drummer for the Zep reunion a few years go, and the band started working on a song called "Save Me." The unfinished song was co-written by Bonham, along with Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, but was never recorded, because vocalist Robert Plant didn't want to record new music with the band.  The song has since been finished by Bonham, and will see the light of day on the new BC Communion album "2", which hits store shelves on June 14th. In an interview with the Toronto Sun, Bonham said the song even features a "slight Zep-esque riff." Black Country Communion is made up of Jason Bonham, Joe Bonamassa, Glenn Hughes, and Derek Sherinian.