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UPDATE: FEB. 15, 4:39 P.M. EST

Earlier today,Bring Me The Horizon canceled the remaining dates of their U.S. tour. Both FEVER 333 and Thrice were on the tour as support.

FEVER 333 took to Twitter to address fans:



“We have been made aware that due to unforeseen circumstances the remaining dates of the ‘First Love’ tour with Bring Me The Horizon have been postponed.

“To those friends and allies who had planned on attending our demonstrations, we will be back in Arizona March 23 at rock102.1kgfma Day and Vegas very soon to let them know—there’s a fever coming…”

Thrice reiterated the statement, saying:

“Due to unforeseen circumstances, our shows with @bmthofficial and @fever333 in Phoenix and Las Vegas today and tomorrow have been canceled. Refunds are available at point of purchase.”

The cancelled dates are as follows:

02/15/19 – Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
02/16/19 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint

ORIGINAL STORY: FEB. 15, 3:53 EST

Bring Me The Horizon have canceled the remainder of their First Love World tour’s U.S. dates due to frontman Oli Sykes‘ health. The tour is in support of Bring Me The Horizon’s first No. 1 album in the UK, amo.

amo is the English act’s sixth full-length, and it’s taken a more pop approach. The band dropped it on Jan. 25 and the reactions have been on both sides of the spectrum. However, many people, including Waterparks’ Awsten Knight, stan the record.

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The band made the announcement via Twitter after first just canceling their Saturday show.

“I’ve ruptured my right vocal chord, and I’ve been told if I don’t rest it immediately I’m in serious danger of doing permanent damage,” Sykes wrote on Twitter. “I’ve been trying my best to fulfil our commitments as I really really hate letting you guys down, not to mention these shows have been literally the most fun ever.”

“But at this point me singing would be the equivalent of a footballer running on a broken leg.. once again I’m so sorry, I hope you all understand.”

Fans responded to the post on Twitter.

The news also comes after BMTH’s Jimmy Kimmel Live set Thursday night where they played “medicine” and “mother tongue.” Bassist Matt Kean was not present for the performance as tourmates FEVER 333 guitarist Stephen Harrison filled in.

Neither the band nor Kean have commented on the cause for the fill-in at the time. You can check out the performances below.

Check out the full list of canceled tour dates below.

02/15/19 – Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
02/16/19 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint

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