Bring Me The Horizon cancels US Tour
Bring Me The Horizon cancels US tour over throat injury

Bring Me the horizon has cancelled its us tour

Present to Me the Horizon have all of a sudden dropped the rest of their 2019 North American visit. The news comes soon after their late night TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where bassist Matt Kean was absent from their lineup. 

Amid BMTH's Kimmel appearance, the band played "Mother Tongue" and "Medicine" with Fever 333 guitarist Stephen Harrison filling on for Matt Kean. Present to Me the Horizon have not remarked on why the bassist was missing 

Only days back, BMTH declared the dropping of their Feb. 16 show through Twitter: "Because of unexpected conditions our show in Las Vegas on Saturday February sixteenth has been dropped. Discounts are accessible at purpose of procurement."

Taking to Twitter, Bring Me The Horizon posted:

'I'm gutted to announce we have to cancel the remainder of our American tour'

There was only 2 days remaining of the tour, but vocal rest is essential when it comes to singing every day and live concerts.

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