Blackheart would like to announce the May 3rd street date for the long awaited all new full length

L7 'Scatter the Rats'

The first L7 album in 20 years, Scatter the Rats embodies everything that made the band so iconic in the first place-the distortion-heavy riffs and headbanging rhythms, sludgy grooves and indelible melodies. And in their lyrics, L7 achieve a direct transmission of raw feeling, often spiked with biting commentary on the chaos of the world today.

 Producer Norm Block (Jenny Lee, Paper Cranes, Plexi)

 Producer Nick Launay (Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Yeah Yeah Yeahs)

"Burn Baby" opens the album with a galvanizing reflection on letting go of old grudges for the sake of fighting a greater evil, while "Fighting the Crave" offers a slice of life on the inner push and pull of whatever one might crave. Throughout the album, L7 also examine depression (Sparks's "Holding Pattern," which matches its delicate melody with a disarming vulnerability), lonely hearts (Suzi Gardner's gloriously swampy "Murky Water Café") and codependency (the unhinged "Garbage Truck," written by Jennif

Scatter The Rats

Blackheart would like to announce the May 3rd street date for the long awaited all new full length

L7 'Scatter the Rats'

The first L7 album in 20 years, Scatter the Rats embodies everything that made the band so iconic in the first place-the distortion-heavy riffs and headbanging rhythms, sludgy grooves and indelible melodies. And in their lyrics, L7 achieve a direct transmission of raw feeling, often spiked with biting commentary on the chaos of the world today.

 Producer Norm Block (Jenny Lee, Paper Cranes, Plexi)

 Producer Nick Launay (Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Yeah Yeah Yeahs)

"Burn Baby" opens the album with a galvanizing reflection on letting go of old grudges for the sake of fighting a greater evil, while "Fighting the Crave" offers a slice of life on the inner push and pull of whatever one might crave. Throughout the album, L7 also examine depression (Sparks's "Holding Pattern," which matches its delicate melody with a disarming vulnerability), lonely hearts (Suzi Gardner's gloriously swampy "Murky Water Café") and codependency (the unhinged "Garbage Truck," written by Jennif

Scatter The Rats

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Scatter The Rats [LP]
Artist: L7
Format: Vinyl
New: Available In Store $18.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Burn Baby
2. Fighting The Crave
3. Proto Prototype
4. Stadium West
5. Murky Water Cafe
6. Ouija Board Lies
7. Garbage Truck
8. Holding Pattern
9. Uppin' The Ice
10. Cool About Easy
11. Scatter The Rats

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Blackheart would like to announce the May 3rd street date for the long awaited all new full length

L7 'Scatter the Rats'

The first L7 album in 20 years, Scatter the Rats embodies everything that made the band so iconic in the first place-the distortion-heavy riffs and headbanging rhythms, sludgy grooves and indelible melodies. And in their lyrics, L7 achieve a direct transmission of raw feeling, often spiked with biting commentary on the chaos of the world today.

 Producer Norm Block (Jenny Lee, Paper Cranes, Plexi)

 Producer Nick Launay (Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Yeah Yeah Yeahs)

"Burn Baby" opens the album with a galvanizing reflection on letting go of old grudges for the sake of fighting a greater evil, while "Fighting the Crave" offers a slice of life on the inner push and pull of whatever one might crave. Throughout the album, L7 also examine depression (Sparks's "Holding Pattern," which matches its delicate melody with a disarming vulnerability), lonely hearts (Suzi Gardner's gloriously swampy "Murky Water Café") and codependency (the unhinged "Garbage Truck," written by Jennif

Scatter The Rats