The Treatment


THE TREATMENT Go 'Power Crazy' March 22

Friday, March 22, 2019
British hard rock five-piece The Treatment​ are thrilled to announce the release of their brand new album, “Power Crazy”.
"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.
1. Let's Get Dirty
2. Rising Power
3. On The Money
4. Bite Back
5. Luck Of The Draw
6. Hang Them High
7. Scar With Her Name
8. King Of The City
9. Waiting For The Call
10. Laying It Down
11. The Fighting Song
12. Falling Down
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 21st March - 02 Academy, Oxford 
Fri 22nd March - The Iron Road, Pershore
Sat 23rd March - Queens Hall, Nuneaton 
Sun 24th March - The Waterloo, Blackpool 
“Power Crazy Tour” with special guests Bigfoot
Wed 22nd May - The Slade Rooms, Wolverhampton
Thurs 23rd May - Hanger 18, Swansea
Fri 24th May - The Underworld, London TICKETS HERE
Sat 25th May - The Waterfront, Norwich
Mon 27th May - The Portland, Cambridge TICKETS HERE
Wed 29th May - Corporation, Sheffield
Thurs 30th May - Rebellion, Manchester TICKETS HERE
Fri 31st May - Stereo, Glasgow TICKETS HERE
Sat 1st June - The Brickyard, Carlisle
Sun 2nd June - The Cluny, Newcastle  
The  Treatment  Are: 
Tom  Rampton  –  Vocals 
Dhani  Mansworth  –  Drums 
Tagore  Grey  –  Guitar 
Tao  Grey  –  Guitar 
Rick  Newman  –  Bass  



The Treatment - "Let's Get Dirty" (Official Lyric Video)

The Treatment are back! Fresh with a brand-new singer Tom Rampton, a brand-new single ‘Let’s Get Dirty’ and a co-headline tour this September with Airrace. The band are currently putting the finishing touches to their new album which is due out early 2019 via Frontiers. 
New single ‘Let’s Get Dirty’ is a groove-laden, fist-pumping, unapologetic rock n roll anthem which showcases a band hungry for more and showing no signs of slowing down. 
The hard-hitting five-piece based out of Cambridge, invoke the good-time swagger of band’s like AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, The Cult, and Guns N’ Roses. Formed in 2008, the band released its debut LP, ‘This Might Hurt’ in 2011. 
Since then the band have released two long players ‘Running With The Dogs’ (2014) and ‘Generation Me’ (2016) After a couple of vocalists changes, The Treatment found themselves without a singer once again in 2017.  Enter into the fray, Tom Rampton.
“Tom Rampton is the vocalist we have been waiting for. His Bon Scott esque growl is a perfect match for the bands sound. Lets Get Dirty is only the tip of the iceberg. We're back. Bigger, louder and better than before.” - The Treatment 
The Treatment are currently in the studio working on the follow up to ‘Generation Me’ and are promising a bigger, louder and better sound than before. With the album scheduled for release in early 2019, and the first single being released on July 23rd, 2018, it looks like exciting times ahead for these young rockers from Cambridge.
The band are full loaded and ready to hit the road with their explosive live show this September. The band have toured with the likes of Alice Cooper, Steel Panter, Thin Lizzy, Kiss, Motley Crue and Slqsh as well as gracing the stages at Download and Hellfest festivals. 
The Treatment are set to take their new material on a co-headline tour this September with Airrace. Please see dates below. 
21/9 - Clwb Ifor Bach - Cardiff
22/9 - The Underworld - London
23/9 - The Waterfront - Norwich
24/9 - The Portland - Cambridge
27/9 - Slade Rooms - Wolves
28/9 - Corporation -Sheffield
29/9 - The Cluny - Newcastle
30/9 - Stereo - Glasgow

THE TREATMENT 'Generation Me' Deluxe Edition Out Now

Friday, March 18, 2016

Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to announce the digital release of a Deluxe Edition of THE TREATMENT's hit album 'Generation Me' on November 18!
The deluxe edition adds four bonus tracks: one new studio track, Killer, and stripped down acoustic performances of: Let It Begin (Acoustic), Running With the Dogs (Acoustic) and We Are Beautiful (Acoustic). Get it here now:
'Generation Me' received amazing reviews from all over the world. Just a taste of some of the glowing accolades:

'Equal parts ballsy attitude, infectious hooks, driving rhythms, and adrenaline fueled riffage, Generation Me is an album every self-respecting hard rocker should own.' - Metaholic 

'Not afraid to be rock stars, The Treatment sing about the unstoppable power of rock and threaten to overdose the listener with their rampaging hormones' lock up your daughters: rock just got dangerous again.' - SonicAbuse

''Generation Me', is just great hard rock that's tailor made for disenfranchised youths spitting fire and snot-nosed declarations of war.' ' Stereoboard

'The Treatment play basic classic hard rock, infused with boogie and groove, melody and harmony. It's what we all know and love. Quite recommended.' ' Dangerdog Music Reviews

'This album should help project The Treatment even further, there is a maturity to the collection of songs but still balanced with their original youthful enthusiasm.' - Moshville Times

'Some albums from the rock genre, certainly over recent times, rather sadly die away after the first five or six songs, but here we have musical strength from start to finish.'  Uber Rock

'There seems little to no doubt in my mind that THE TREATMENT's Generation Me will find itself nestled among the Sleaze Roxx's Top Ten Albums of 2016 at the end of this year.'  Sleaze Roxx

The release of the deluxe edition is not only a celebration of THE TREATMENT's most successful release to date, but also in support of the band's upcoming tour dates supporting Reckless Love and a heap of headline shows across Europe. Dates are listed below. Additionally, the band has put together a selection of their favourite tunes to crank on the tour bus and want YOU to help with their drives.

Listen and follow the Troops On Tour playlist on Spotify and add your own road warrior song of choice:'/'/playlist/7nV3LP3lwzUnEKhfQ6SYSq

Watch music videos for album cuts, "Let It Begin" and "Backseat Heartbeat" as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the album at the links below.

- 'Let It Begin' (music)
- 'Backseat Heartbeat' (music)

THE TREATMENT - Generation Me (Review)

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Produced By: 
Laurie Mansworth
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Hard Rock
Friday, March 18, 2016
With so many albums to choose from these days, it’s pretty easy to skip a release or even an entire band on occasion.
I haven’t given UK rockers The Treatment any time until now, given the bigger push by Frontiers Records.
And while I haven’t had time to go back and take in the band’s first two albums, I am a new fan on the basis of this third full length album.
Generation Me is The Treatment’s first album featuring Mitchel Emms on vocals and Tao Grey on guitar, and launches the band’s partnership with their new label Frontiers Music Srl.
Being that my appreciation of these guys comes directly from the hard crunch of the AC/DC styled riffs and the stand out vocals, perhaps this is a great place for anyone to start without the need for prior familiarity.
What we have here is a very enjoyable, high energy classic hard rock album that features a raw, but impressive production and music that’s best described as Tesla meets AC/DC.
The raspy, sometimes higher tone of Emms is really pleasing to these ears and the riffing is a great variety of punchy hard rock and faster paced dirty rock n roll.
Best of all are the songs. You can have the best sound and the best talent, but without the songs, you’re going nowhere.
The title track is fast and furious; the hard rocking opening track (and single) Let It Begin is a perfect opener; The Devil gets tuck in your head pretty easily; the softer going Backseat Heartbeat is pure melodic Tesla, mirroring that band’s excellent use of acoustic guitars; We Are Beautiful flows beautifully and Light The Sun is a cool anthemic Tesla styled rocker to close the album.

The only places I struggle is with the go-nowhere Better Think Again and I Know She Knows, which to me just has a really annoying chorus. That takes away from the second half of the album, but elsewhere it’s very consistent and thoroughly enjoyable.



THE TREATMENT New Album 'Generation Me' out March 18

Friday, March 18, 2016
The Treatment; the critically acclaimed British hard rock band are set to release their studio album, Generation Me, worldwide on Friday 18th March 2016.  A 14-date Nationwide UK Tour will follow on Wednesday 27th April, when the band kick things off at Norwich Waterfront, with their final UK show at London’s O2 Academy Islington on Friday 13th May.  Tickets for all 14 shows go on sale at 10am on Monday 25th January. Special guest on all UK concerts is The Amorettes.
The highly anticipated third album will be the Treatment’s first to feature new lead singer Mitchel Emms and new guitarist Tao Grey.  Check out the official album/tour press page -

The first single taken from the album is “Let It Begin”.  Watch the music video for the new single here -  “We can't tell you how excited we are to finally unleash Generation Me on the rock community,” says the Treatment’s new guitarist Tao Grey. “We feel that this is by far our strongest album, and we are absolutely stoked about playing these songs live on our upcoming UK tour in April/May.” 
Norwich Waterfront                         Wednesday 27 April
Birmingham, The Oobleck                Friday 29 April

Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach                      Saturday 30 April
Sheffield Corporation                       Sunday 1 May
 Academy2 Oxford                         Monday 2 May
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms    Wednesday 4 May
Leeds, The Key Club                          Thursday 5 May
Wolverhampton Slade Rooms         Friday 6 May

The Sugarmill, Stoke-On-Trent        Saturday 7 May
O2 Academy2 Newcastle                   Monday 9 May
Glasgow Stereo                                  Tuesday 10 May
Manchester Satan’s Hollow              Wednesday 11 May 

Nottingham Rescue Rooms              Thursday 12 May
London O2 Academy Islington          Friday 13 May 

THE TREATMENT Prepare 'Generation Me' for Frontiers Records

Friday, March 18, 2016
The Treatment; the critically acclaimed British hard rock band are set to release their studio album, Generation Me, worldwide on Friday 18th March 2016.
Released by Frontiers Music SRL, the highly anticipated third album will be the Treatment’s first to feature new lead singer Mitchel Emms and new guitarist Tao Grey
Formed in Cambridge in 2008, early reports of the Treatment’s Generation Me album points to a triumphant return-to-form, celebrating a raft of spectacular big sounding rock songs bursting with hi-octane rock energy. 

Photo Credit: Robert Gershinson
Produced by Laurie Mansworth, mixed by Tony Newton and mastered by Ade Emsley, Generation Me is the follow up to 2014’s Running With The Dogs album. It’s a hands-down, mind-blowing rock extravaganza that will leave rock fans wanting more than what they bargained for.
“We’re absolutely delighted to announce that the recording of our third full length album Generation Me is now complete,” says the Treatment’s new guitarist Tao Grey. “We honestly all believe this album is a huge step forward for The Treatment and we can't wait for you to hear it. We will be touring throughout 2016/17 and we look forward to seeing all you Treatment troops at our shows next year.”
Ever since The Treatment first arrived in 2011 with their debut album, This Might Hurt, they’ve played numerous festivals including Sonisphere, Download and most recently, Steelhouse, and toured extensively with Alice Cooper, Steel Panther, Kiss, Motley Crue, Slash, and W.A.S.P.
Mitchel Emms - Vocals
Tagore Grey - Guitar
Tao Grey - Guitar
Dhani Mansworth - Drums
Rick 'Swoggle' Newman - Bass

THE TREATMENT Sign Onto Frontiers Records

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Frontiers Music Srl is truly excited to announce the signing of one of UK’s hottest young Hard Rock bands: THE TREATMENT!
Formed in Cambridge in 2008, The Treatment​ have toured the world and played in support of such heavyweights as Alice Cooper​, Thin Lizzy​, Motley Crue​, KISS​ and very recently, W.A.S.P​.
The band has released two acclaimed studio albums, “This Might Hurt” (2011) and more recently, “Running With The Dogs” (2014).
Their style has been compared to AC/DC​, The Cult​, Led Zeppelin and Aerosmith​, though they certainly have a strong musical personality of their own that earned them a rabid fan base in the UK. The uninitiated should immediately check out these two songs and videos from their previous albums:
"The Outlaw" -
"Running With The Dogs" -
Drummer Dhani Mansworth says, 'We are absolutely delighted to announce that the third Treatment album will be released by Frontiers in 2016. We are very much looking forward to working with a truly great rock label, and we honestly believe that our third album is going to be our best sounding and hardest rocking album to date!'
THE TREATMENT are: Mitchel Emms - Vocals, Tagore Grey - Guitar, Tao Grey - Guitar, Dhani Mansworth - Drums, Rick 'Swoggle' Newman - Bass.
Expect the new album to be released in Spring 2016!
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