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Bring Me The Horizon Cancel Shows Due To Frontman's Illness

09/23/2016
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(Metal Hammer) Bring Me The Horizon singer Oli Sykes has been diagnosed with a viral infection that has left him unable to speak. The Sheffield band have had to cancel three shows in Australia, one in New Zealand and another in Singapore as a result of the frontman's illness.

Their scheduled appearances at Melbourne's Margaret Court Arena tonight and tomorrow (September 23) have been pulled, along with the show in Auckland, New Zealand, that was due to take place on September (Saturday).

Tuesday night's gig at Adelaide AEC Theatre was pulled on the day, and the September 27 show that was scheduled for Singapore Fort Canning Park has also been removed from the band's listed tour dates.

In a statement, the band say: "Oli has a viral infection which has caused his throat to become very infected and he is hardly able to speak, let alone sing." Read more here.

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