Bring Me the Horizon have suddenly cancelled the remainder of their 2019 North American tour. The news comes shortly after their late night TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live, where bassist Matt Kean was missing from their lineup.

During BMTH’s Kimmel appearance, the band played “Mother Tongue” and “Medicine” with Fever 333 guitarist Stephen Harrison filling on for Matt Kean. Bring Me the Horizon have not commented on why the bassist was absent.

Just minutes ago, BMTH announced the cancellation of their Feb. 16 show via Twitter: “Due to unforeseen circumstances our show in Las Vegas on Saturday February 16th has been cancelled. Refunds are available at point of purchase.”

The Fever 333 added tonight's (Feb. 15) gig is also cancelled, revealing the tour's final two dates are off:

Update: Oli Sykes has revealed a ruptured vocal chord is the reason for BMTH cancelling the remainder of their tour:

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