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Monday, April 12, 2010

Photos: The Abused, Career Suicide, Formaldehyde Junkies at Fubar, April 10, 2010

Posted By on Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 9:41 AM

In this week's print issue we previewed hardcore scene member Rob Ruzicka's 30th birthday show, wherein the St. Louisan planned to fly in New York City's The Abused, Canada's Career Suicide and Minneapolis' Formaldehyde Junkies to play at Fubar in Midtown. On Saturday, The Abused played only its second show since 1983 to a dedicated room of about 250 fans who traveled from across the country for the show. Photographer Nick Schnelle brings back this photo essay from the show.

A fan jumps off the speaker monitor during Formaldehyde Junkies' set on Saturday night at Fubar.
  • A fan jumps off the speaker monitor during Formaldehyde Junkies' set on Saturday night at Fubar.

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Rob Ruzicka, who fronts hardcore-punk band Cardiac Arrest, on Saturday night during the band's set at Fubar. Ruzicka booked the show for his birthday.
  • Rob Ruzicka, who fronts hardcore-punk band Cardiac Arrest, on Saturday night during the band's set at Fubar. Ruzicka booked the show for his birthday.

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Martin Farkas of Career Suicide yells the words along with fans during the band's set on Saturday night at Fubar.
  • Martin Farkas of Career Suicide yells the words along with fans during the band's set on Saturday night at Fubar.

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Outside Fubar on Saturday night, as fans filed into the club.
  • Outside Fubar on Saturday night, as fans filed into the club.

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Mad Men perform on Saturday night at Fubar.
  • Mad Men perform on Saturday night at Fubar.

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The Abused perform on Saturday night at Fubar.
  • The Abused perform on Saturday night at Fubar.

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