from Nottingham, England the X-Rays played barely-in-control,
beer soaked, manic noise. Debuting in 1994 supporting
the Supersuckers, the next 3 years saw two albumsreleased
on Empty Records from Seattle, eleven singles, countless
gigs, too much booze, carnage and incarceration.
toured the UK supporting the likes of the New Bomb
Turks and Gas Huffer, Europe and the US of A, as part
of an Empty Records package with the Motards and the
Fumes, the X-Rays unceremoniously imploded during
the summer of 97. 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. The rest, as they say, is history...