The Treatment – Running with the Dogs album review.


Formed in Cambridge, UK, The Treatment is one of the best upcoming Hard Rock bands that Britain has had to offer for a good while. Kicking right into their new album with I Bleed Rock & Roll, they show a raw passion for the sound they create and give to their listeners. Running with the Dogs has a sexy, crisp consistency throughout that provides the true element of any good Hard Rock band from AC/DC to more modern takers such as Hinder and Buckcherry. There isn’t a song on this album that falls below the belt when it comes to showing listeners what Hard Rock / Rock N’ Roll is about, it also brings out the naughty side with tracks such as I Bleed Rock & RollGet The Party On, The Outlaw, and Don’t Get Mad Get Evil but just like any other Hard Rock band to get somewhere there has to be a love ballad which is portrayed perfectly in Unchain My World giving this album the balance it needs to be a success and a hit with listeners over the Rock spectrum.
Rating – 9/10 

Out now via iTunes.


About Jessica Howkins
Music Journalism and Broadcasting graduate, Editor-In-Chief for Distorted Sound Magazine and contributor for various publications.

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