Incendio is 6L6’s third release, and reflects real maturity within the group. Ted Condo’s soft-spoken vocals accurately counterbalance John Heatley’s angst-laden back-up vocals and 6L6’s overall heavy nature.

You can have a lot of pre-/misconceptions about the label who brought you Scissorfight and Slughog. You’d expect the “worst” (I mean that in a good way.) However, with proven “harder than the average pop” bands like Stabbing Westward and Filter making it, 6L6 provides Wonderdrug for potential crossover success, particularly with songs like “Should Have Known Better,” an awesome ballad making no allusions to any post-Eagles tripe. Wonderdrug, P.O. Box 995, Boston, MA 02123

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