Combined with the Effigies and Nude Raygun, Strike Under were among the initial groups to carve away the punk rock and roll tradition in Chicago. With guitarists and vocalists Steve Bjorklund and Chris Bjorklund, bassist and vocalist Pierre Kezdy, and drummer Bob Furem, they made a crucial element of the fledgling punk picture, despite getting short-lived and having small released material. Produced in Chicago in 1980, Hit Under were an integral part of the picture centered throughout the membership Oz where all of the crucial sets of the period played. Their initial (in support of) record premiered on Polish Trax! information in 1980 known as Immediate Actions, a five-song EP that specified their impressive audio. Immediate Actions was the initial discharge for the Polish Trax! label which, third , discharge, jettisoned the punk rock and roll sound and only industrial music. Hit Under gave many live shows and added two tracks towards the well-known Busted at Oz compilation combined with the Effigies and Nude Raygun. Released on Fall Information in 1981 and documented live on the membership, Busted at Oz can be regarded as an important record of the first Chicago punk picture. Strike Under split up after these produces, and members continuing in other rings. Steve Bjorklund shifted to Minneapolis and shaped Breaking Circus, Bob Furem performed in the Sapphires, and Pierre Kezdy, sibling of Effigies member John Kezdy, continuing in groups such as for example Trial By Fireplace, Arsenal, Nude Raygun, and Pegboy.