Pearl Jam Hiatus Addressed- Steven Adler Overdosed 28 Times- No More Lewd Acts- Stone Sour Avenged- Prince- Exodus- Weird Al- Rush- more

Here is the Day in Rock Digest for 7/13/10: a quick roundup of the top rock news stories from across the web: Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder told fans at the Optimus Alive festival in Lisbon, Portuguese music festival on Sunday, "Thank you for coming to our last show. Not our last ever, but our last in a long time." Watch a video of Vedder making the announcement (in Portuguese) here.

But wait just one second... Seattle Weekly's Chris Kornelis reached out to the band's publicist and received this response: "He says that at the end of all tours, because the tour has ended. The remark may have gotten a little lost in translation." more

Harper Collins have posted some details about Steven Adler's new book and some of the things we will learn from reading it. This passage caught our eye: "After 40 years, 28 ODs, three botched suicides, two heart attacks, a couple of jail stints, and a debilitating stroke, Steven Adler, the most self-destructive rock star ever, is ready to share the shattering untold truth in My Appetite For Destruction.." 28 overdoses? Wow, read more here

Slipknot's Corey Taylor has confirmed the rumors that his side-project Stone Sour will tour the UK with Avenged Sevenfold starting in October. Rock Radio has more here.

Lewd Acts has broken up. Apparently the writing was on the wall following the group's decision to drop off their spring tour with Converge et al. Lambgoat has a statement from the band here

Eels are streaming "Spectacular Girl" from the upcoming Tomorrow Morning album (out August 24) on their MySpace page here

Listen to Ben Folds and Nick Hornby on BBC's Jonathan Ross Radio 2 show. The show will be available to stream for seven days here

Weird Al had a lengthy update for fans that includes news about his current North American tour, his upcoming European tour, new album plans and an update on what happened to his project for the Cartoon Network. Check it out here

The postponed Wednesday, July 7 Rush concert at Charter One Pavilion
has been rescheduled to Monday, August 23. All tickets for the previously scheduled performance will be reactivated and honored at the rescheduled date. If fans feel that the barcodes may be illegible, they should ensure they bring picture ID and the credit card which was used to purchase the tickets. more

Runner Runner will be featured on this week's episode of JBTV with an interview and performance that will include their single, "So Obvious." The show airs Wednesday, July 14 at 11:00AM CT at www.jbtvonline.com and then available for iTunes podcast on July 15.

Prince may think the internet is over but commerce on the internet is alive and well and his new album proves that. ASB reports: Prince may regret his decision to give away his new album for free with British newspapers - entrepreneurial readers are selling copies online for more than $20. more

Exodus have announced their first ever concert date scheduled for the country of Singapore. The show is set to take place on September 28th more

Footage has surfaced on YouTube of Anthrax jamming on AC/DC's classic 'Whole Lotta Rosie' with Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo and Megadeth guitar tech Willie G. on vocals. Check it out here

Fans of The Gas Light Anthem should check out a new feature with Brian Fallon over at Billboard

Black Tusk will join Fu Manchu and It's Casual for a late-summer U.S. tour. more

Antarctica has posted their full length album, 'Beheaded by Voltron' (2009) online for free download. more

Billboard.biz reports that a judge has cleared the way for a class action lawsuit against AT&T and Apple regarding the exclusive deal between the two companies for the iPhone. more

Cattle Decapitation will headline a fall tour dubbed the "The California Blood Tour." Support will be provided by Devourment, Knights Of The Abyss, Burning The Masses, and Son Of Aurelius. more

Gibson.com's latest Daily Throwdown pits two Rolling Stones guitarists against each other. Gibson says, we visit two equally Golden Eras of the group often dubbed "The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World," The Rolling Stones. First up, the early Stones, with the enigmatic Brian Jones. Then, a candid look at the Stones with Jones' replacement, Mick Taylor. Check it out and pick your favorite here

Atreyu have released their brand new music video for the track 'Gallows.' The song comes off Atreyu's latest album 'Congregation of the Damned.' Check it out here

Lord Belial has announced that they have decided to regroup with their original line-up after their nearly two year long hiatus. The band has also begun to write new material more

Deftones have announced more dates for their forthcoming U.S. tour. more -

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