El grunge punk de L7 pasará por Barcelona y Madrid

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L7's grunge punk will pass through Barcelona and Madrid

American punk and grunge band L7 announced a few months ago that he would perform at the Azkena Rock Festival. Now it is confirmed that they will also perform in Barcelona and Madrid taking advantage of their visit to our country.

There is no doubt that L7 was one of the essential bands of the nineties thanks to their heavy and harsh sound, their combination of punk, grunge and riot attitude, something they displayed in albums that are among the most popular in the history of music. hard rock made by women like “Smell The Magic” (90), “Bricks Are Heavy” (92) or “Hungry For Stink” (94), although they have continued to publish material at various intervals over the years. In fact, on this tour they will perform their most successful album in its entirety, the aforementioned “Bricks Are Heavy”.

And let's not forget that the band formed by Suzi Gardner, Donita Sparks, Jennifer Finch and Dee Plakas They are a true icon of female empowerment and artistic expression.

Thus, after acting in the Azkena Rock Festival (June 21, Vitoria-Gasteiz), L7 will perform on Saturday, June 22 in Barcelona (Sala Wolf) and Sunday, June 23 in Madrid (Sala Mon). Tickets will go on sale this Thursday at www.lasttour.org.

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