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Here is the Day in Rock Digest for 7/12/10: a quick roundup of the top rock news stories from across the web: (People) Jon Bon Jovi tore a calf muscle on stage Friday Night, but limped through his band's final set and vowed to resume performing. more

(Nightwatcher) Saturday night, July 10th, former Pink Floyd bandmates David Gilmour and Roger Waters performed together for the first time since Live 8 in 2005 at Kiddington Hall in Oxfordshire, England. more

Leading source for all things VH, The Van Halen News Desk had an interesting article in response to the VH camp's comments to Rolling Stone last week: "What is going around is exactly that, rumors. I don't have any updates at this time." They tell readers to pay close attention to what was said and they also add, "Will we see a new Van Halen album and/or tour next year? The facts are, two guitarists who are friends with Eddie Dweezil Zappa and John 5 have both recently admitted to hearing new Van Halen material and that it was killer. That's good sign. Time will tell." Read the full VHND report here

(Blabbermouth) Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax will hit the road together on leg two of the "American Carnage" tour. This trek kicks off September 24 at Verizon Wireless Theatre in Dallas, Texas and will play 20 dates more

Daughtry has just confirmed that they'll be performing on The Today's Show Summer Concert Series on Friday, August 20th. If you're in the New York City area, all are encouraged to come to the plaza for the live performance. Viewing is on a first-come, first-served basis outside TODAY's window-on-the-world studio, located at 49th Street and Rockefeller Plaza in New York City.

(Rock Radio) Emerson, Lake and Palmer resisted pressure to invite guitar hero Jimi Hendrix into the band, they've revealed and it's not just because they'd have had to call the band HELP. Emerson tells the Daily Mail: "Mitch talked about getting him to join, but quite honestly, I wasn't that interested. I had jammed with Jimi he was so loud he'd have drowned me out." more

(BW&BK) KISS will perform live on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Monday, July 19th. The Tonight Show airs on NBC TV at 11:35 EST more

(rushisaband.com) Earlier this week Rush was forced to cancel their second show at the Charter One Pavilion in Chicago, IL due to inclement weather when heavy rains caused damage to some of their equipment. They plan to reschedule the show for sometime in early September. However a lifelong Rush fan who has filed a lawsuit against the band. more

Iron Maiden's new video for the title track from their new album, "The Final Frontier", will debut via the band's official web site tomorrow, Tuesday, July 13 at 3 p.m. more

(ASB) John Lennon's son Sean has been blasted by fans of The Beatles star for allowing Lady GaGa to play the musician's iconic piano. more

(Metal Underground) Slayer have announced plans to re-issue their 1995 VHS release 'Live Intrusion' in DVD format this coming August. The DVD, which includes footage from Slayer's performance in Arizona on March 12, 1995, is scheduled to be released in Europe during the month of August more

(Metalrage) Stone Sour, Halford, Ratt, Hellyeah and Halestorm have been confirmed for the Loud Park 10 festival, set to take place October 16-17 at Saitama Super Arena in Saitama City, Japan. more

Def Leppard's Joe Elliott will be the featured guest on the nationally syndicated radio show ROCKLINE on Wednesday night July 14, 2010 at 8:30pm PT / 11:30pm ET more

(BW&BK) The 20th Anniversary edition of Pantera's Cowboys From Hell will be in stores September 14th and will come in three different version. Grab the details here

The Warriors have entered the studio to commence recording their next album. more

(Alternative Addiction) After releasing two albums with EMI, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus have left the label, and are now independent. The departure from EMI was something the band wanted for a long time according to lead singer Ronnie Winter, who said that the band was frustrated by the poor promotion of the band's second album Lonely Road. Read the interview here

(Metal Underground) Sister Sin have announced the departure of bassist Benton Wiberg from the band due to touring issues. Sister Sin have found a temporary replacement in 'Ricky' from Swedish rock act Babylon Bombs. more

(Punknews) Energy have hit the studio to begin work on their new EP for Bridge Nine Records. The melodic hardcore band is planning a departure from the sound of their last full length, Invasions of the Mind in 2008. more

(BW&BK) Abbey Road Live will be recording all the Bad Company shows on the US leg of their reunion tour with singer Paul Rodgers (ex-Queen, Free) and making the recordings available immediately after each show. more

MetalSucks have posted photos from Faith No More's July 2nd performance at the Williamsburg waterfront in Brooklyn, NY here

(Lambgoat) Brain Drill will hit the road in August with Flesh Consumed, Arkaik, and Halo of Gunfire for a four-week tour. dates

(Metalrage) Throes Of Dawn has announced the addition of keyboardist Henri Andersson to the group's ranks. According to Throes Of Dawn, "Andersson has been playing live with the band since the beginning of 2010" more -

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