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Scatter the Rats is a studio album by American grunge rock band L7, released on May 3, 2019 through Blackheart Records. The release is the first album in almost 20 years, following the band's 2014 reunion. Scatter the Rats is the first L7 studio album in 20 years and was recorded with Norm Block and Nick Launay at Happy Ending Studios and Sunset Sound in Los Angeles, California, United States.
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Scatter the Rats hopes to reinvigorate this legacy. In 2017 and 2018, L7 released their first new singles since Slap-Happy, and hopes ran high: Dispatch From Mar-A-Lago was a call to storm the gates of Trump’s private country club, while I Came Back to Bitch was an electrifying announcement of the group’s return to fighting the patriarchy. L7, in all their mighty, angry, fuck-you glory, was back. If Scatter the Rats had sustained the momentum of these singles (neither appears on the record), it would be a resounding triumph. Instead, the 11-song record lacks the forcefulness and murderous. But the true shame of Scatter the Rats is that L7 are better than that: They were subversive, they were dirty and mean, and they deserve more than to be just another pop-culture trivia question.
The previously guitar-and-drums duo added bassist Scott Bowley to the fold, and recorded the songs that would become their debut album in Rome at film composer Fabio Frizzi's studio. Scatter is a beautiful-sounding album: Matthew Poile's alternately sparkling and storming guitars are never less than alluring - particularly on the sweeping opener "April" - while Alex Morris' drums are satisfyingly propulsive. The band's newfound gloss could have dampened its energy, but Crushed Beaks still throw sparks on "Rising Sign," where the churning sounds around.