Singer Confirms Stabbing- Osbourne Plans Black Sabbath Movie- Pearl Jam Movie This Fall- Kings of Leon Summer Tour- The Dream Killed- Stratovarius Members Reunite- more

The Day in Rock Digest for 04/26/11: Such Gold singer Ben Kotin has confirmed reports that he was recently stabbed. He says in part, "About three weeks ago I was stabbed multiple times outside of a party. I can't go into any details but I will say that I'm lucky to be alive. I want to thank all my friends and band mates who saved my life." more

Contactmusic.com are reporting that budding filmmaker Jack Osbourne is set to make a horror movie inspired by and named after his father Ozzy Osbourne's rock band, Black Sabbath. more

Kings Of Leon have confirmed a summer tour that will kick off in late July. Special guest Band of Horses will open all dates on the tour. more

Director Cameron Crowe tells Rolling Stone his upcoming Pearl Jam documentary will debut in September. more

Killing The Dream will be disbanding following a final show in July. Vocalist Elijah Horner had the following to say: "After eight years, Killing The Dream is gonna call it a day. We've seen three continents, 46 states, met a million amazing people and eaten about 3428234 pizzas- all because of this stupid band. I feel SO lucky to have been able to be a part of it. " more

The Strokes have returned to the studio to begin recording new music, just one month after making their chart comeback with Angles. more

Stratovarius leader and current Symfonia guitarist Timo Tolkki has teamed up with fellow ex-Stratovarius members Tuomo Lassila (drums), Anti Ikonen (keyboards) and Jari Kainulainen (former member of Evergrey) to record a new studio album. The CD, which will be released in January 2012, will celebrate Stratovarius' 30-year anniversary and will feature the same lineup as the one that recorded Stratovarius' "Dreamspace" Lp, originally released in 1994. more

All Shall Perish, have announced "This Is Where It Ends" as the title of their fourth full-length which will be released on July 26th (North America) and July 29th (Europe) more

Following the final Broadway performance of the American Idiot musical, Green Day performed a bonus, hour-long concert for theatergoers in attendance more

According to KPSP-TV, more than 20 people were arrested at this past Saturday's (April 23) "Big Four" concert at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California. more

Like Moths To Flames will hit the road with The Browning, Your Memorial, and Delusions in June for a three-week tour. more

Expire, Minus, Soul Search, and Twitching Tongues will be touring together this summer. more

Tom King, the founder and lead guitarist of the Outsiders, a Cleveland, Ohio rock band that scored a huge hit with 1966′s �Time Won�t Let Me,� passed away in a nursing home on April 23, 2011. He was 68. more

On this day in 1982, Out on a day�s shopping and standing next to his $50,000 Porsche on Hollywood Boulevard, Rod Stewart was mugged by a gunman.

On this day in 1994, Singer Grace Slick pled guilty to pointing a shotgun at police, claiming she was under stress because her home had burned down the previous year. She was later sentenced to 200 hours of community service.

On this day in 1995, Courtney Love reportedly turned down an offer of $1m from Playboy to pose nude for the magazine. Find out what else happened on this date in music history more

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