This "Viva Zapata!" was the new album for 7 Year Bitch worked with the new guitar player - Roisin Dunne who had replaced the late Stefanie Sargent in 1992. It was released in 1994 under C/Z records, consist of 11 tracks which are full filled with hard rock and grunge edge while retaining their punk energy and spirit. This Album is hardcore from start to end. It is about time it was released again for the masses to enjoy. If you are looking for a band that would tear the arms off the Spice Girls and beat them with it, you are looking for 7 Year Bitch. The album's title is in tribute to The Gits' vocalist, and friend of the group, Mia Zapata who was raped and strangled to death in July, 1993. Some of the songs on this album relate to Zapata's murder directly (such as "M.I.A.", which encourages vigilante justice for her killer) as well as Sargent's untimely drug overdose death ("Rock A Bye"). Viva Zapata!is a moving acknowledgment of excruciating loss and a sheer celebration of life. Its driving yet grunge-free riffs and insistent but screech-free feminism also make it rather revolutionary. 3 years after this album released, right in the start of 1997, 7 Years Bitch got disbanded.