BRING ME THE HORIZON singer Oli Sykes has fully recovered from the ruptured vocal cord which caused the cancelation of the last two shows of the band's U.S. tour.
Earlier today, Sykes took to his Twitter to write: "Just been to the voice doctors my voice is fully healed woop woop see u all soon !"
BRING ME THE HORIZON's concerts in Phoenix and Las Vegas were called off last month, with Sykes saying he was told that if he didn't rest his voice immediately, he would be "in serious danger of doing permanent damage."
Sykes added at the time: "I've been trying my best to fulfill our commitments as I 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."
Sykes later went on Twitter to explain the situation further, writing to a fan: "People forget the vocal cords are a muscle, a muscle that can be compromised by not just exertion but the elements/conditions etc... This is just something that happens sometimes... as much as it sucks!"
BRING ME THE HORIZON is touring in support of its latest LP, "Amo", which landed at No. 1 on the U.K. album chart but failed to crack the Top 10 on the Billboard 200 survey when it arrived in January. The pop-oriented sound of the new disc has divided fans of the group's earlier, heavier musical style.
Just been to the voice doctors my voice is fully healed woop woop see u all soon !— Oliver Sykes (@olobersyko) March 1, 2019