Jeruji is Indonesian hardcore punk bands and was one of the first bands to make a significant impact in their hometown, Bandung. Formed and grew up in the mid-1990s when the raising local hardcore punk scene started to bloom. Their first album is considered as one of seminal albums in the history of Bandung HC/Punk. Through the years, Jeruji have gone through a multitude of lineup changes as they have evolved, releasing four albums on few different labels. Their early styles rooted in straight forward punk in the vein of Chaos UK, Varukers, early GBH and D-Beat gods like Discharge. Their styles evolves as they went through line-up changes during the second decade of their existence, but the spirit and the messages stay the same. Jeruji recent music style bears resemblance to 90s NYHC bands with heavy influences from metal and late 80s crossover thrash fused with the band’s political, ethical and emotional underpinnings, is an unlikely marriage but one that produces a powerful forces and inspiration within local communities. Their new album, entitled “Stay True”, is coming this late October.