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The Treatment – New Video “Hang Them High” Taken From Forthcoming Album “Power Crazy”
Louise Swift March 11, 2019NewsComments Off on The Treatment – New Video “Hang Them High” Taken From Forthcoming Album “Power Crazy”982 Views
The Treatment just launched a brand new video for “Hang Them High”. The track is taken from the band’s forthcoming album “Power Crazy” out on 22nd March 2019, via Frontiers Music Srl.
“Power Crazy” is the band’s fourth full-length album and continues their successful formula of coupling sonic power with a taste for infectious riffs. With this record, The Treatment are firing on all cylinders with their slice of no frills hard rock. A quick listen will instantly reveal the essential ingredients of a classic hard rock album: riffs, huge choruses, catchy licks, and straight to the point songs.
“Power Crazy” is also The Treatment’s first album to feature new singer Tom Rampton. With his raspy voice reminiscent of the classic Bon Scott tone, you can rest assured he knows how to ride high on the guitar attack from guitarists Tao and Tagore Grey.
“We believe this record is a strong statement from the band and we look forward to playing the new songs live. We will be touring throughout 2019 and can’t wait to see all you Treatment troops at our shows next year,” says the band.
To coincide with the release of “Power Crazy”, The Treatment will embark on a co-headline UK tour with Airrace in March and will hit the road in the UK once again in May on the headlining “Power Crazy Tour” with special guests Bigfoot. The Treatment are renowned for their high energy live show. The band have toured with the likes of Alice Cooper, Steel Panther, Thin Lizzy, Kiss, Motley Crüe, and Slash as well as gracing the stages at Download and Hellfest festivals, amongst others.
Co-headline with Airrace
Thurs 21stMarch 2019 02 Academy, Oxford TICKETS HERE
Fri 22ndMarch 2019 The Iron Road, Pershore TICKETS HERE
Sat 23rdMarch 2019 Queens Hall, Nuneaton TICKETS HERE
Sun 24thMarch 2019 The Waterloo, Blackpool TICKETS HERE “Power Crazy Tour” with special guests Bigfoot
Wed 22ndMay 2019 The Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
Thurs 23rdMay 2019 Hanger 18, Swansea
Fri 24thMay 2019 The Underworld, London TICKETS HERE
Sat 25thMay 2019 The Waterfront, Norwich
Mon 27thMay 2019 The Portland, Cambridge TICKETS HERE
Wed 29thMay 2019 Corporation, Sheffield
Thurs 30thMay 2019 Rebellion, Manchester TICKETS HERE
Fri 31stMay 2019 Stereo, Glasgow TICKETS HERE
Sat 1stJune 2019 The Brickyard, Carlisle
Sun 2ndJune 2019 The Cluny, Newcastle TICKETS HERE
THE TREATMENT ARE: TOM RAMPTON – VOCALS DHANI MANSWORTH – DRUMS TAGORE GREY – GUITAR TAO GREY – GUITAR RICK NEWMAN – BASS
“Power Crazy is out through Frontiers Music Srl on the 22ndMarch 2019
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