King’s X Albums Ranked

Perhaps the best-known “should have been huge” band of them all, King’s X stormed out of Texas in the late-1980s, seemingly fully-formed and poised to be the next big thing in rock. In truth, bassist dUg Pinnick, guitarist Ty Tabor, and drummer Jerry Gaskill – all of whom share vocal duties to some degree – first played together in Springfield, Missouri back in 1980 as The Edge. After relocating to Houston and hooking up with manager Sam Taylor – formerly of the ZZ Top organization – the newly christened King’s X signed to Megaforce Records, releasing their debut album in … Continue reading King’s X Albums Ranked