Not my coinage, by the way. The words of a female critic writing on Pitchfork:
L7: A bunch of sweaty L.A. metal chicks who were perpetually pissed off and horny, but always in a good enough mood to make dirty jokes. Their finely tuned feminine rage burned fast and frightening on their second album, a collection of bubblegum grunge tunes about hating traditional gender roles ("Broomstick"), hating life ("Deathwish"), hating abusive men ("Packin' a Rod"), and hating, well, everything ("Shove").
Although L7 only released one album on Sub Pop, their spirit lives on at the label through current signings CSS, an equally badass gang of smelly girls (and one guy). In early 2007, CSS covered L7's "Pretend We're Dead"; L7's Donita Sparks returned the favor by creating a mashup of "Pretend We're Dead" and CSS' "Alala." -- Amy Philips