'A hard-hitting five-piece based out of Cambridge, English retro-rockers the Treatment invoke the good-time swagger of bands 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. Tours with Alice Cooper, Steel Panther, and Thin Lizzy followed shortly thereafter, as did a high-profile appearance at the 2012 Download Festival at Castle Donnington. Tours with KISS and Mötley Crüe, as well as an Ozzfest Japan appearance, preceded the release of the band's sophomore outing, Running with the Dogs, which was released in 2014.
In 2015, after a few lineup changes that saw the departure of lead singer Matt Jones, the Treatment inked a deal with Frontiers Music and began work on a new album. The resulting Generation Me was released in early 2016. After successful tours throughout the UK and Europe and a thunderous appearance on the main stage of Hellfest in France, The Treatment found themselves without a singer once again. Enter into the fray, Tom Rampton.
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 having released their latest single 'Lets Get Dirty' on July 23rd 2018, it looks like exciting times ahead for these young rockers from Cambridge.'