Bring Me The Horizon Forced to Cancel Tour Dates Over Frontman's Vocal Cord Rupture

In an announcement he made on social media, Oliver Sykes explains that he is 'in serious danger of doing permanent damage' if he doesn't rest immediately.

AceShowbiz - Bring Me The Horizon have cancelled the remaining dates on their U.S. tour to allow singer Oliver Sykes to recover from a vocal cord rupture.

Sykes shared the bad news via social media on Friday, February 15, hours before the group was scheduled to hit the stage for a show in Phoenix, Arizona.

"I'm gutted to announce we have to cancel the remainder of our American tour," he wrote. "I've ruptured my right vocal chord (sic), and I've been told if I don't rest it immediately I'm in serious danger of doing permanent damage."

The band was already a man down ahead of an appearance on U.S. show "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Thursday night, February 14, and had to hire a replacement for bassist Matt Kean, who was absent for the performance.

Bring Me The Horizon are scheduled to perform in London next week, February 19, as part of a War Child charity, but it is unclear if the gig will go ahead as planned.

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