Firdda, Widi and Siti call their rock band "Voice of Baceprot". They're passionate about heavy metal music. They teamed up at a provincial school in Java three years ago. Now the Muslim teenagers are busy recording their first album.
While many of his contemporaries have fallen by the wayside, the once hard-living pioneer of gory rock theatrics and catchy heavy metal anthems is one of music's great survivors.
Indonesia's top anti-graft agent, half-blinded in an acid attack, has returned to work, telling colleagues to "stay brave." In a parallel gesture, President Joko Widodo has paid for a prized Danish-gifted Metallica LP.
The English rock band Deep Purple has put out a new album. Highly recognizable guitar riffs and the Hammond organ have been their trademark for nearly fifty years. Now they're back with more.
Superman is Dead is Indonesia's most famous punk rock band. They're using their superpowers to stop a major development they and other Balinese say will damage Bali's nature.
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