U.K. Rockers THE TREATMENT To Support KISS And MÖTLEY CRÜE On 'The Tour'

March 28, 2012

U.K. rockers THE TREATMENT will support KISS and MÖTLEY CRÜE on their upcoming North American co-headlining tour, simply dubbed "The Tour", which will kick off on July 20 in Bristow, Virginia and run through September 23 in Hartford, Connecticut.

Commented MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx: "I am very happy for them. We played them nine months ago on 'Sixx Sense' [Nikki's radio show] and fans really loved what they are about. Give them a warm welcome."

THE TREATMENT is currently touring the U.K. as the support act for STEEL PANTHER and will next hit the road with legendary rockers THIN LIZZY in May.

In other news, THE TREATMENT was recently in the studio laying down tracks for a brand new EP; as with the band's debut album, "This Might Hurt", released by Spinefarm Records last year, production has been overseen by Laurie Mansworth at IRON MAIDEN bassist Steve Harris' Barnyard Studios, with Tony Newton taking care of the mix.

The track listing for the EP — a choice selection of '70s covers — is as follows:-

01. Run Run Run (JO JO GUNNE)
02. Take Me Bake 'Ome (SLADE)
04. Motorbikin' (CHRIS SPEDDING)
05. Let's Work Together (CANNED HEAT)

(Thanks: NJthrasher)

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