Fan Injures Steven Adler- Duff McKagan Leaves Jane's Addiction- Metallica Rock On- Vince Neil 3 Times DUI Limit- Ryan Adams Weezer Song Online- Porcupine Opeth- more

The Day in Rock Digest for 9/7/10: Adler's Appetite, the band led by former Guns N' Roses drummer Steven Adler, were forced to cancel their performance Sunday night (September 5) at the Iron Horse Bike and Music Festival in Sabula, Iowa after "an over-excited fan jumped on [Adler following] the show [at The Canyon club in Agoura Hills, California on September 3] and caused [him] to throw out [his] back," according to a Twitter posting by Steven. more

Speaking of Guns N' Roses, Antiquiet had this bit of news: If you thought Jane's Addiction's 2009 tour with their original lineup was short, wait until you hear this: Duff McKagan, who was hired earlier this year to fill in for original bassist Eric Avery, has already jumped ship. more

Billboard reports that Metallica's two sold-out shows next month in Christchurch should go ahead despite the earthquakes which struck New Zealand's second-biggest city over the weekend. more

Nevada police have revealed full details of Motley Crue frontman Vince Neil's drink-drive arrest in June. Rock Radio reports that Neil was stopped while travelling at 60mph in a 45mph area near Las Vegas, and was suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol. Tests later showed he was nearly three times over the limit. more

According to KYPost.com, a corrections officer was hit and injured Thursday night (September 2) by a driver leaving the AEROSMITH concert at the Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. more

A recent update on The Cult's Twitter page reveals that the band will be "releasing new music in capsule format September 14th. More information coming..." more

Bad Reputation Records will be reissuing Jetboy's 1990 album 'Damned Nation' on November 15th. The reissued CD will feature demo versions of "No Limit", "Trouble Comes", "Heavy Chevy" and "Rock'N'Roller" as well as the song "Suicidal Shakedown" and a cover of KISS' "Hard Luck Woman". more

Hear the song Ryan Adams wrote for Weezer's Hurley here

Opeth mainman Mikael Akerfeldt has exclusively told Classic Rock that his long-mooted project with Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree is now well under way. However, it now appears that Dream Theater's Mike Portnoy will not be involved, as was expected. more

Next Monday, September 13th, legendary Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant will be a guest on NBC-TV's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. more

Big names from Rush, Judas Priest, Airbourne, Billy Talent and more explain what they'd do for a living if they weren't musicians here

Danzig will headline the 2010 edition of the "Blackest Of The Black" tour in October which will also feature Possessed, Marduk, Toxic Holocaust and Withered. more

Bob Dylan has failed to win over art critics in Denmark after a series of his paintings went on display at a museum in Copenhagen - one expert has dismissed the singer as an "amateur". more

Aspera have to cancel their performance at Prog Power Europe on 3rd October. The band has been really looking forward to playing for the first time in the Netherlands... Unfortunately there are sometimes developments in a bands life that are neither planned, not foreseeable" more

Brandon Flowers tops NME Chart with 'Crossfire' Killers frontman top of the pile while Hurts are Number Two more

Maroon, After The Burial, The Agonist, and The Eyes Of A Traitor will tour Europe together this fall more

Aeon have issued the following update: "Our drummer, Nils Fjellström, has decided to leave the band on a very short notice. The reason for this is personal/private and Nils has chosen not to speak his mind out to the public about this" more

The deluxe version of Killing Joke's new album will feature classic cover versions from Metallica, Fear Factory and Helmet more

Belle & Sebastian are giving away 'Write About Love', the lead song from their new album 'Belle And Sebastian Write About Love' today on their official website, according to NME. Grab it here

Dimmu Borgir will tour North America in November and December with support from Enslaved, Blood Red Throne, and Dawn of Ashes. more

Due to undisclosed "personal obligations," guitarist Tom McDyne and bassist Kevin Rothney will be unable to join Jon Oliva's Pain - the band fronted by Savatage mastermind Jon Oliva - for the group's upcoming European tour, which kicks off at the end of the month. more

According to Planet Rock, Deep Purple's Come Taste The Band 35th Anniversary reissue is due out on October 25th in the UK. more

Lambgoat were told that Rose Funeral's Myspace was hacked with a message that announced the band was calling it a day more

This week's antiMusic sponsored "Happenin" in Beverly Hills.... wait a second, this week it's happening in New England! Harry is taking the all-star jam on the road with members of Type O Negative, Wednesday 13, MSG, Danzig, The Undead, Seventh Void and special surprise guests who will rock Cafe Nine (9) in New Haven, Ct tomorrow night (September 8th). It's a full night on music! Grab the details here

On this day in 1978, Keith Moon, drummer with The Who, died of an overdose of heminevrin prescribed to combat alcoholism. A post-mortem confirmed there were 32 tablets in his system, 26 of which were not dissolved. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here -

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