Photos: Story of the Year, Soul Descenders, Building Rome and OutRAGEus! Last Night at the Pageant, 3/4/10

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Last night at the Pageant, St. Louis' Story of the Year celebrated the release of its most recent Epitaph Records CD, The Constant, at the Pageant with local openers Building Rome, OutRAGEus! and Soul Descenders.

Photographer Todd Owyoung was there and brings back these 30 photos.

Below are a few highlights from last night's show.

(If you haven't already, check out this interview with singer Dan Marsala about the new record from the band. And the interview outtakes are here.
Story of the Year last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG

Soul Descenders last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG
The front row for Story of the Year last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG
Building Rome last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG
Story of the Year merch last night at Suite 100, adjacent to the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG


More photos from last night are on the next page...


Story of the Year last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG
OutRAGEus! last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG
Soul Descenders last night at the Pageant. See the full slideshow from last night here. - PHOTO: TODD OWYOUNG

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