Guitarist Tag Grey explains why The Treatment’s upcoming new album called ‘Waiting For Good Luck’
The Treatment guitarist Tag Grey was recently interviewed by Rock News UK correspondent Roctavia for UK’s Rock Band T-Shirts. Grey was promoting The Treatment‘s upcoming fifth studio album Waiting For Good Luck, which will be released via Frontiers Music Srl on April 9, 2021.
In terms of how the band came up with the album title Waiting For Good Luck, Grey indicated: I think this year has been pretty tough for all, so “Waiting For Good Luck” seemed like a rather relevant title, however we actually had some luck on our side. When lockdown first hit all we could do was play! There was nothing else we could do but write. We had a four month pre- production and Laurie Mansworth (Dhani’s dad) producing and co-writing with us! When it came to the recording, we settled on Rockfield Studios which has had some legendary names go through it! That’s where the magic on this record came from!”
With respect to what is his most memorable memory so far, Grey stated: “Japan. The whole experience was amazing. We played Ozzfest and had a five day stay in Tokyo. To me, it was just a moment I could never have imagined as a kid. Walking out to an arena full of fans screaming Treatment lyrics back to us was just the best. Oh, and the crazy things you can find in vending machines out there is pretty mad!”
You an read the rest of the interview with Tag Grey at Rock Band T-Shirts‘ website.
The Treatment‘s “Rat Race” video (from upcoming album Waiting For Good Luck):