The Farckus Affair were kind of short-lived, existing from 1992-1994. But when you think about it, 2 years is sort of a long time in band years. When you're around a bunch of other guys constantly, you pack a good 6 to 8 years of exposure into a much smaller window of time... and that's probably why bands break up. Back to the point, while Farckus Affair were technically not around for that long they released some really quality music during that time. They definitely had a Jawbreaker, Garden Variety, Archers of Loaf style.
They released a split 7" with a Denver, PA band called Sinatra '65 on Motherbox as well as a 4 Song 7" on Reservoir Records.
I never saw the guys play as I was in high school in a lame grunge band missing out on the scene while Farckus was together. I'm not entirely sure who was in the band. I'm fairly certain that (edit - thanks to Chris and Jerry) Steve and Eric went on to The Last Crime after this and the drummer Vinny went on to play in No Redeeming Social Value, Grey Area, Kill Your Idols and Warzone.
This is the 4 song 7", plus the song "Mazurka" from the Motherbox split:
The Farckus Affair Discography: http://www.mediafire.com/?xxaswuqi4eia1om