End of the Line For Metallica- Robert Plant- Pink Floyd- Hendrix Song Dispute- Bret Michaels Engaged- Guns N' Roses Supercar Show- Napalm Kreator Volbeat- more

Here is the Day in Rock Digest for 7/14/10: a quick roundup of the top rock news stories from across the web: Metallica had good news and bad news on Tuesday. Good news for fans in New Zealand, they are getting a new tour date. The bad news is for everyone else in the world that was holding out hope that the band would be visiting you. Read what the band had to say to fans in a post labeled "The End of the Line.." here.

Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant is being honored with a star in a music sidewalk in Memphis, Tenn. more

ASB is reporting that the estate of guitar legend Jimi Hendrix has been hit with a lawsuit from hi former collaborator, Lonnie Youngblood, who claims one of his tracks was included on a tribute compilation without permission. more

Billboard reports that Guns N' Roses are going Down Under for a very special gig. The Axl Rose led band will reportedly play ANZ Stadium this December to mark the Sydney Telstra 500 race, the finale in the V8 Supercar Championship Series more

ASB reports that financier Arpad Busson helped extend David Gilmour and Roger Waters' brief Pink Floyd reunion this past weekend by offering to donate $50,000 if the former bandmates played his favorite song, "Another Brick in the Wall". more

This is bad news for Vh1 if they were planning to resurrect the Rock of Love after Bret Michael's recent resurgence in popularity. Jam! reports that Bret Michaels has reportedly proposed to his longtime girlfriend, model Kristi Lynn Gibson,- the woman who supported him through his recent health crisis more. Speaking of Bret Michaels, Hits Double Daily show that his new solo album, Custom Built, debuted at No 13 on the album charts after selling 23,461 copies it's first week in stores. See the full chart here

The Who's Roger Daltrey has agreed to do an audio interview with Rob Lee, editor of www.thewho.com, band's official website, giving fans the chance to put their questions to him. Details here

On August 31, when 10 Years releases its new album titled "Feeding the Wolves," fans will get a chance to hear the heavier sound of 10 Years, something that bassist Lewis Cosby said the band has been searching for. more

Icarus Witch advise fans " look at our tour routing, if you live near one of our gigs - or somewhere in between two gigs on a long drive - you could enjoy the opportunity to host the Icarus Witch after party in your very own home!" more

Ethan Lipton will be backing up Laurie Anderson when she the Late Show with David Letterman tonight.

Billboard reports that an appeals court ruled that the Federal Communications Commission's indecency policy is unconstitutionally vague and could create a chilling effect beyond "fleeting expletives" heard on broadcasts. here

Primal Fear have announced dates for their upcoming headline tour of Europe. The tour kicks off on September 18th, 2010 in Warsaw, Poland more

Napalm Death's Mark "Barney" Greenway and Kreator's Mille Petrozza have recorded guest appearances on "Beyond Hell/Above Heaven", the fourth studio album from Danish metal rock 'n' rollers Volbeat. more

Two members of Frehley's Comet want a reunion if only Ace would consider it. Read more here

Wonder what happened on this day in music history? Our friends at Gibson have the answer: In 1973, on this very day, a drunk driver hit and killed stringbender guitar guru Clarence White (best known for his work with The Byrds). On the same day, the Everly Brothers split up during a Hollywood concert. On this day in 1978, Talking Heads released their second album, the aptly titled, More Songs about Buildings and Food. Find out what else happened right here -

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