Bullet For My Valentine cancel UK shows

Laryngitis causes postponement

Bullet For My Valentine cancel UK shows
Bullet For My Valentine have been forced to cancel the remaining dates of their UK tour due to singer Matt Tuck’s laryngitis.

The band have rescheduled the gigs for early next year.

In a statement Tuck explained: “ To everyone that was coming to our shows this week, we are so, so sorry about this. I feel so bad that I'm letting you guys down... I promise you these dates would not have been pulled it wasn't for a damn good reason, and unfortunately for you guys, and us, the docs are telling me to take it easy and rest up. We are NOT cancelling these shows but just postponing them."

The rescheduled dates are :[/B]

Newcastle Academy (January 3)
Manchester Apollo (4)
Birmingham Academy (5)
Cardiff University (7)
London Hammersmith Apollo (8)[/B]

Refunds for the show will be available from the point of purchase.

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