Bring Me the Horizon's Oli Sykes fully healed from ruptured vocal cord ahead of spring tour
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Fans of alternative rock band Bring Me the Horizon got some great news this week. The band officially announced a new slew of spring concert dates, meaning that it seems singer Oli Sykes has recovered from his ruptured vocal cord.

According to Sykes in February, his vocal cords took a beating from a year of touring on the road, as well as battling some illnesses along the way. As a result, Bring Me the Horizon had to cancel the rest of their North American tour dates. According to Sykes, screaming correctly does less strain on a voice than singing at top octaves. 

However, less than a month after revealing this, the band has booked some new tour dates. Sykes went to Twitter and told fans that the voice doctors say his voice is "fully healed" now. With that said, there are now a number of shows scheduled to start off on May 5 with a concert in Jacksonville, Florida.

There are 11 dates lined up. Bring Me the Horizon will also set out on a few festival appearances along the way as well. 

Bring Me the Horizon has a huge concert coming up at Victoria Park in London on May 31. The show will also include Alice GlassArchitectsRun The JewelsNothing But ThievesIDLESWhile She SleepsScarlxrdYonaka, and Employed to Serve. AXS has tickets available now (Tickets).

Bring Me the Horizon tour dates

May 5 - Jacksonville, FL - Metropolitan Park
May 7 - Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE
May 8 - Milwaukee, WI - The Eagles Ballroom
May 10 - Philadelphia, PA - Metropolitan Opera House
May 11 - Baltimore, MD - Mecu Pavilion
May 12 - Rockingham, NC - Epicenter Festival
May 14 - St. Louis, MO - The Pageant
May 15 - Indianapolis, IN - Egyptian Room
May 17 - Toronto, Canada - RBC Echo Beach
May 18 - Grand Rapids, MI - 20 Monroe Live
May 19 - Columbus, OH - Sonic Temple Festival