Guitarist Christina Billotte formed Slant 6 in Washington after a stint in
Autoclave. The all-female trio
(Myra Power on bass and Marge Marshall on drums)
scored big with their debut single,
What Kind Of Monster Are You,
an old-fashioned punk-rock anthem.
Soda Pop = Rip Off (Dischord, 1994) lives up to that song
with a sequence of catchy rave-ups that achieve just about the perfect
balance of energy and melody.
and "riot grrrls" hardcore, Slant 6 served an irresistible retro sound with a
Inzombia (Dischord, 1995) is a let down, mainly because riffs,
melodies and rhythms don't seem to click at the same time (when one is ready,
the others are not). The album includes Inzombia, a lengthy avantgarde
collage that is not clearly related to the rest of the material.
Whatever direction this track was point to, Slant 6 dissolved and
Billotte started a new band, Quix-o-tic.
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