Although often lumped in with the "Seattle Movement" of the early 90s (due to their sound, look, and attitude), the all-female punk band L7 originally hailed from Los Angeles. The seeds for L7 were planted in 1985 and with Nirvana finally bringing punk to the mainstream, bands such as L7 suddenly became "en vogue", issuing its best-known album with 'Bricks Are Heavy' in 1992. After their break-up in 2001, L7 played their first show together in 18 years at the Echo in Los Angeles in 2015, followed by a rocking show in the OZ a year later and again in 2018. Last year they released a new album ('Scatter the Rats') as well and now they're back for more!