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Cambridge’s premier hard rock band The Treatment to release new album

The Treatment, Cambridge’s top hard rock band who have supported the likes of Kiss, Mötley Crüe and Steel Panther on tour, released a new single, When Thunder and Lightning Strikes, on 9 April.

The Treatment. Picture: Nadderz Photography
The Treatment. Picture: Nadderz Photography

It is the second track to be released from their upcoming sixth studio album, Wake Up the Neighbourhood, which is set to ‘drop’ on 10 May.

“We can’t wait for you to hear our latest single,” say the band. “It’s a blistering chunk of hard rock heaven that will have you jumping out your seat and fist-pumping the air.”

Since their inception in 2008, The Treatment have consistently delivered high-octane performances (I can vouch for that having seen them live), and their influences range from Def Leppard to AC/DC and Thin Lizzy.

[Read more: Cambridge band The Treatment set to release fifth album, ‘Waiting for Good Luck’]

The Treatment also have a live date in their home town next month. They play an album launch show at Mash on Saturday, 11 May. Tickets, priced £20, are available from mashcambridge.com.

For more on the band, go to facebook.com/TheTreatmentOfficial/.

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