Hailing from Nottingham, England, The X-Rays play barely-in-control, beer soaked, manic noise. Debuting in 1994, the next three years saw two albums, "Double Godzilla with Cheese" and "Speed Kills" and eleven singles released on Empty Records from Seattle, countless gigs, too much booze, carnage and incarceration. The band toured the U.K. supporting the likes of the New Bomb Turks and Gas Huffer, and across Europe and the U.S., as part of an Empty Records package with the Motards and the Fumes. a 2002 reunion of the original line-up saw one rehearsal culminate in a gig at the Highbury Garage with old touring partners the New Bomb Turks. Fast forward to today and The X-Rays are back with a new single on Big Neck Records. Bringing that 90's punk rock style meaner, rawer, and more pissed than ever!
Colored Vinyl Edition
Pressed onto a unique colored vinyl record.
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.