The band was originally created in Liberec (CZ) by bassist Jan Vandervell, who was forming the band in late 2009 and early 2010 with the singer Lee Glambert as an attempt to form Czech band focused on glam rock. The original line up was completed by Steve St. James (g) and George O’Lingerie (d).
Sleazy RoXxX bulit up their first fans with the release of their first amateur made demo P2BW and with their first gigs later that year.
After hardly successful gigs around CZ the band pulled back to Liberec where the cult-scene around Lee Glambert in the club Vlak spontaneously emerged.
In February was released the EP Spread to Pink achieving interesting success outside CZ. The band’s music appeared in several compilations and radio shows around the world. Later the band also supported formations like Adam Bomb, Junkyard 69 and Kissin‘ Dynamite in Prague.
Just after recording drums for the upcoming album George O’Lingerie was forced to interrupt touring with the band in february due to his health problems. After that, Sleazy RoXxX had to play gigs with several guest drummers for more than 18 months. Their debut album Dangerous Obsession was self-released in October 15, 2013. Except some good reviews the lack of marketing and management caused the album was poorly demanded.
The offer to re-releasethe album in may 2014 worldwide under the City of Lights records came as a bolt from the blue although the band was not especially famous outside or inside of the CZ. After the worldwide release date the band appeared in a number of magazines (RockHard, Classic Rock…), webzines and radio shows around the world. In spite of this, the current line-up was reluctant to play another gigs in the second half of 2014. In summer George O’Lingerie, who was still unable to play, had come to an agreement about not to continue in the band. He was instantly replaced by the latest guest drummer Vinnie Cage. In autumn guitarist Steve St. James was replaced by James Dinner. The band officially moved from Liberec to Prague.
In the first half of the year the band was touring clubs in the home country as well as in Germany and Poland. In summer the RoXxX parted ways with Lee Glambert. On Oct 30, the band announced their new lead singer, Paulie Weston, and released the single Catch the World as well as the music video on Nov 1. The band also announced their second album for 2016.
Another club tours in Europe took place with the greatest success achieved in may on The Sleazy R-Evolution Tour throughout Germany. Beside that the band also visited Italy or Poland together with first major festivals in the CZ. In spring and summer guys also recorded their second album Topless Suicide. The album was self-released in the Czech Republic in Sep 30 with the worldwide release via City of Lights records planned for early 2017.