1984 – Hüsker Dü release Zen Arcade, an album which “exploded the limits of hardcore and what it could achieve… it’s impossible to overestimate the impact of Zen Arcade on the American rock underground” (Allmusic)
1992 – Sugar release Copper Blue, an album that “combined Hüsker Dü’s passionate intensity with a new, steely pop resolve” (Uncut) and won the prestigious NME Album Of The Year.
2012 – Bob Mould releases Silver Age, which “arrives as a totem of Mould’s continued influence on today’s mainstream rock (Foo Fighters, Green Day) and indie-level (No Age, Japandroids) artists alike.” (Pitchfork)
2013 – Bob Mould finally returns to Australia with his band to play selections from Copper Blue and Silver Age as well as highlights from his immensely influential Hüsker Dü, Sugar and Solo catalogue.
There really is nothing more that needs be said.