Matt Nicholls, drummer for British metal quintet Bring Me the Horizon, has been forced to sit out the remainder of their UK tour, as he has recently broken his arm. Luckily, Dan Searle from the British group Architects is going to fill in for the rest of the tour.

Nicholl's broke his arm during a soccer game on April 11, and being the band's drummer, the injury has placed him at home to recover while the band continues the tour.

Searle performed with Bring Me the Horizon for the first time yesterday in Southampton, England. He had a pretty strict deadline, as he had to learn BMTH's set in just an hour and then perform it in front of over 2,000 people. He apologized via his Twitter page in case it "wasn't spot on if anyone saw." I'm sure he did great, especially with only an hour to take everything in.

The tour concludes at the end of May, and is in support of their newest album, There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret.