Bring Me The Horizon cancel remaining Australian tour dates due to Oli Sykes’ illness

Adelaide Bring Me The Horizon fans were left out in the cold on Tuesday night with the band pulling their highly anticipated show with Architects due to the severity of frontman Oli Sykes‘ throat infection, now diagnosed as acute laryngitis. Sadly, the band has now had to cancel the rest of their tour, which included two dates in Melbourne tonight and tomorrow night upon medical advice.

Architects themselves, who were in the country and had a lot of fans rocking up to see them play especially off the back of Tom Searle‘s recent passing, weren’t able to play Adelaide this week and as of this afternoon, still haven’t released any word as to whether or not they will be popping up anywhere to play in Melbourne.

Bring Me The Horizon will be back in early 2017 to fulfil their commitment to Adelaide and Melbourne fans, with new show details still to be announced. Ticket holders to the cancelled shows will be able to gain full refunds from point of purchase, but are encouraged to keep a hold of them for when the new shows are announced.

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