Basis


Jun
12
So
Fussball EM
Jun 12 @ 20:30 – Jul 10 @ 23:45
Fussball EM @ F-Haus  | Jena | Thüringen | Deutschland

Die Fussball-EM im F-Haus

ausgewählte Spiele auf Großbildleinwand:

12.6. / Deutschland – Ukraine / 20:30 Einlass, 21:00 Anstoß
16.6. / Deutschland – Polen / 20:30 Einlass, 21:00 Anstoß
21.6. / Nordirland – Deutschland / 17:30 Einlass, 18:00 Anstoß
30.6. / 1/4 Finale / 20:45 Einlass, 21:00 Anstoß
01.7. / 1/4 Finale / 20:45 Einlass, 21:00 Anstoß
02.7. / 1/4 Finale / 20:45 Einlass, 21:00 Anstoß (Im Anschluß dann ab 23:00 Disco)
03.7. / 1/4 Finale / 20:45 Einlass, 21:00 Anstoß
06.7. / 1/2 Finale / 20:45 Einlass, 21:00 Anstoß
07.7. / 1/2 Finale / 20:45 Einlass, 21:00 Anstoß
10.7. / Finale / 20:45 Einlass, 21:00 Anstoß

Eintritt zum Fußball immer frei

Jun
25
Sa
AUSVERKAUFT ::: IN EXTREMO
Jun 25 @ 19:00

IN EXTREMO

Quit pro Quo – WARM UP Tour 2016

Ausverkauft, keine Abendkasse

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Samstag, 25.06.2016

JENA | F-Haus
Einlass: 19 Uhr / Beginn: 20:15 Uhr

Genau 20 Jahre bespielen die sieben Berliner nun die Bühnen sämtlicher Rock- und Metal-Festivals sowie der mittelalterlichen Pilgerstätten kreuz und quer durch Europa. Dies war für den WDR Rockpalast Anlass genug, die Band das gesamte Jubiläumsjahr 2015 hindurch zu begleiten und eine abendfüllende Doku zu drehen, die erst jetzt Ende 2015 im TV ausgestrahlt wurde. Ebenso wurde von dem WDR Rockpalast das Jubiläumsfestival „20 Wahre Jahre“ komplett dokumentiert und ausgestrahlt. Dort hat die Band im September 2015 auf der Loreley an zwei aufeinander folgenden Abenden vor jeweils 12.500 Zuschauern das ausverkaufte Rund mit zwei verschiedenen Sets (die ersten 10 und die letzten 10 Jahre) begeistert.

Doch kaum war die Loreley wieder gefegt und hergerichtet, hat die Band sich schon wieder in den Proberaum verzogen, um an dem Nachfolger für das 2013er Erfolgsalbum „KUNSTRAUB“ (#2 der deutschen Charts) zu arbeiten und damit die Weichen für 2016 zu stellen.

Das Ergebnis soll bereits in der ersten Jahreshälfte 2016 unter dem Namen „QUID PRO QUO“ erscheinen. Und natürlich wird die Band das neue Album auch auf die europäischen Bühnen der Welt tragen, so wurden bereits zahlreiche Festivals und Sommer Headliner-Open-Airs bestätigt und es sind ab sofort auch die Tickets für die ausgedehnte Hallen Tour im Herbst 2016 erhältlich.

Das Konzert wird präsentiert von Sonic Seducer, Metal Hammer, Piranha, Guitar, EMP und der Zeitungsgruppe Thüringen.

Jul
2
Sa
Hot Summer Night
Jul 2 @ 22:00

Hot Summer Night

Sommernachtsdiscoparty mit DJ Beam und Cocktail-Specials

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music styles: Charts, House, Black, Klassiker, Rock&Pop

Early Bird bis 23:30 Uhr 3 Euro
danach 5 Euro
Studis/Schüler 4 Euro (gültige Thoska/Schülerausweis mitbringen)

Jul
9
Sa
(Un)treuparty
Jul 9 @ 22:00

(UN)TREUPARTY im F-Haus

Treu oder Untreu ?
Engel oder Teufel ?

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Auf diesem gutlaunigen Tanzevent könnt Ihr mit verschiedenfarbigen Leucht-Armbändern Eure „Paarungsbereitschaft“ signalisieren, Ihr müsst aber nicht 😉

music styles: Charts, House, Black, Klassiker, Rock&Pop

Early Bird bis 23:30 Uhr 3 Euro
danach 5 Euro
Studis/Schüler 4 Euro (gültige Thoska/Schülerausweis mitbringen)

Jul
16
Sa
IT’S MY LIFE
Jul 16 @ 22:00

IT’S MY LIFE

DEINE 80er / 90er / 2000er PARTY

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Auch das 1. Jahrzehnt des neuen Jahrtausends bietet so viele gute Songs, die Du feierst, weil es das Jahrzehnt deiner Jugend ist, du magst aber auch die wilden 80er und sowieso die neonfarbenen 90er. Dann bist Du bei dieser Party genau richtig: von DEPECHE MODE und NENA über die SPICE GIRLS und BACKSTREET BOYS bis hin zu EMINEM und LADY GAGA – heute Nacht tanzt Du dich durch 30 Jahre von einem Partyhit zum Nächsten!

Early Bird bis 23:30 Uhr 3 Euro
danach 5 Euro
Studis/Schüler 4 Euro (gültige Thoska/Schülerausweis mitbringen)

Jul
23
Sa
TESTAMENT
Jul 23 @ 19:00

TESTAMENT

Support: Bliksem

19:00 Einlass, 20:00 Beginn

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https://www.facebook.com/testamentlegions
https://www.facebook.com/BLIKSEMMUSIC

TESTAMENT IS:
Chuck Billy – vocals
Eric Peterson – guitars
Alex Skolnick – guitars
Steve Di Giorgio – bass
Gene Hoglan – drums

Prophecy is a territory explored only by brave men and warriors. The two are not necessarily mutual but the differences between them are certainly marginal. And truly, the best prophecies come from those who aren’t necessarily seeking to be prophetic, but who simply step forward into those dark, uncomfortable places because their need for honest expression is total, no pre-determination, no intent, just pure, raw gut delivery of truths as seen.
Testament have found themselves in the prophecy business before during their 25 year career, and with “The Formation Of Damnation” they have delivered their sharpest, leanest, heaviest and most prophetic set of songs for two decades. The quintessential modern heavy metal band, the undisputedly enormous influence over a whole nu generation of aural aggressors. With “The Formation Of Damnation” Testament have deliciously served up ‘old school’ without the old, a crushingly heavy album without the weight of oppression, all crisp and lively like a ball-pin hammer-wielding maniac intent on bashing your brains to a pulp. It crackles with the type of vibrant energy that comes from an umbilically connected creative core writing together for the first time in over ten years, their reserves of residual anger, aggro and raw visceral riffery greater than ever. Recorded at Driftwood Studios in Oakland, CA (except for the drums which were done at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley) and mixed at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, UK, “The Formation Of Damnation” is a worthy sibling of previously lauded Test-efforts such as “The Gathering” whilst behaving very much like the older, wiser brother of 1988’s “The New Order.”
“We’re talking about things we’ve lived through,” says Eric Peterson, “we’re living through the politics, we’re living through the bullshit, we’ve lived through bad relationships and we’ve lived through tough times. It’s not even that we’re necessarily political, we’re just everyday people who have always been thinking about these things. Out of all our records “The Formation Of Damnation” could be “The New Order’s” big brother.”
“The New Order” had also been inspired by George Orwell’s ‘1984’,” continues Alex Skolnick, “that whole vision of complete government control and totalitarianism taking over the US, as well as disasters both man-made an natural. Here it is years later and we have the Patriot Act, Hurricane Katrina and 9/11. So when you compare the two albums, it’s kinda spooky. And this album is no going to get filed under ‘easy listening’, that’s for sure.”
“It’s also absolutely about being older and wiser,” confirms Chuck Billy, “And now we also have children, their world is being affected, and everyday life generally throws up some heavy stuff, both national and personal, so all these songs are very much of our time and experiences. For example, over the last couple of years Eric and I both lost our fathers, so “The After Life” is about when we might next see them. Then there’s “The Evil Has Landed” which is about the twin towers, and at first I didn’t know if I wanted to sing about that, but once I performed it became clear that deep down I had to, and ‘Killing Season’ is one for all the soldiers we get letters and e-mails from during this war, it’s for those troops who get fired up by heavy metal before they go into combat and it’s my little contribution to the cause. And with all the songs I wanted us to make the statement that we’re stronger, more powerful and more confident than ever before. We’ve got the game!” “I think it’s the best record I’ve ever had anything to do with,” chuckles Greg Christian, “and not to sound conceited but it’s also really the best heavy metal record I’ve heard in a long time.”
Reaching this lushest of creative fields has been quite a journey for Testament, the sort that tests, stretches and ultimately breaks most bands. Formed in the Bay Area of Northern California in 1983 under the moniker of Legacy (the change to Testament came when Billy arrived to take over from Steve Souza on vocals and Derrick Ramirez was replaced by Skolnick), they grew up at the same time as Metallica, Slayer, Anthrax and Megadeth, being one of the five bands forming the core of what would become the world famous thrash metal scene. But from the beginning Testament trod a unique path, making sure that their extraordinary musicianship, intuitive feel for harmonies amidst the savagery established itself as a stand alone sound.
“I was in the band Forbidden back then,” says Paul Bostaph, “and I remember that us and other bands at the time might stumble across a riff, think about it and scrap it simply because it was too close to the Testament sound. They really did have their own style and their own dimension, which gave them an edge from the very beginning and influenced so many bands on the scene.”
1987’s debut release “The Legacy” threw down a marker, and by the time Testament were about to release 1988’s “The New Order” their legend was already hitting enormous popularity. However, their extreme talent got muddied and compromised by the weight of expectation, and while albums like -1989’s “Practice What You Preach” and 1990’s “Souls Of Black” continued to open the same creative doors for a slew of bands which Testament have always done, their level of recognition was perhaps not commesurate with their influence over an entire genre. Talent+personalities can equal problems, and thus it was that after 1992’s “The Ritual”, Clemente left and Skolnick decided it was high-time to essentially find himself and reclaim a few of the teenage years he lost.
“I was in high school, 11th grade, when I joined this band,” laughs Skolnick, “so I really needed to go away and grow as a person, as a musician and get the necessary confidence to enjoy this and gather the strength to make things happen and fight for changes. When I left Testament I still felt like the shy, annoying brother in the room; when I came back, I felt like a respected, professional musician.”
And so it was that for many years, the core creators behind Testament’s music remained separate. Friendships were maintained and good times still had, but musically, matters remained separate as Skolnick explored jazzier rock climbs, Christian engaged in his own projects whilst Billy and Peterson kept Testament alive with a series of different musicians coming in and out. Bostaph had his first short stint with the band in 1992 (in the midst of joining Slayer), whilst White Zombie and Anthrax drummer John Tempesta came in with death metal guitarist James Murphy to play on 1994’s “Low” album, perhaps Testament’s most progressive in terms of material range.
Peterson and Billy continued to fly the Testament flag, releasing the decidedly deathier tones of “Demonic” in 1997, whilst 1999 saw Murphy again on guitar with Slayer’s Dave Lombardo on drums for “The Gathering.” Arguably the album which led Testament back onto their path after a little radical experimentation in the recent past, “The Gathering” became a meeting point for dozens of hungry young metal acts looking for a new metal God. But Murphy was diagnosed with a brain tumor from which he did eventually recover, and in 2001, Billy was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. It was to prove a life-affirming, as well as life-changing, event.
“I’m a big believer that things happen for a reason,” says Billy, “we never split on bad terms, we always kept in good contact, we saw them on the east coast, we always supported Alex when he came through town, and we never discussed getting back together, we’d just hang out. But when I got sick and there was Thrash Of The Titans concert, that was the first time a reunion of any sort happened. It broke the ice, Greg (Christian) put some stuff behind him with Eric and I to get up there, I performed a song with everyone and that was the start of it all coming together again.”
From that came the deeper realization that with a fair few years between them (not to mention oceans under bridges) it was time to jump to the next level and simply get creative with each other again.

No expectations.
No grandiose plans.

Just pure powerful playing, which is why 2005’s 10 date European reunion tour (featuring all the original members) ended up spurring studio work.
“We didn’t ever plan this,” affirms Skolnick, “the reunion show in 2002 at the Dynamo was the catalyst, we never made any plans, we just enjoyed that show and then ended up doing a few more, which proved to us that now we’re older and more mature we can all enjoy being in this band. And once we’d done some extra shows in 2005, once we’d seen the reactions, once we’d seen a new audience mixing with the old, we just took things to the next logical progression.”
It is the journey to “The Formation Of Damnation” and the affirmation of the quintet’s chemistry which is one of the album’s strongest elements.
“Sometimes you can have a lot of ideas but keep on clashing the people you work with,” says Peterson, “and that’s what’s happened to us in the past. But with this album, we really do just appreciate what we have.”
“There’s been such a growth in our maturity and comfort with each other,” furthers Billy. “Eric’s developed into such a great rhythm player and Alex really acknowledged that as well as his creativity. Those two really gelled, and Alex also had a lot of input with arrangements, he really did fine-tune a lot of the songs.
“In some sense I took a step back from the writing this time because through it all, whatever differences we may have had, Chuck and Eric have kept Testament going,” explains Skolnick, “I knew they had a way of working together, so a lot of my work was assisting with their writing process. In some ways it was like a production role, and I’d never say I was a producer here because the album was in it’s early stages, and for the most part I really enjoyed the role.”
“This is like family,” says Bostaph. “I’ve known all these guys for over 20 years, we’ve played together, bands I’ve been in have toured with them and I am a huge Testament fan, so joining this time was a huge no-brainer. And again, as Greg said, for me it was a case of giving myself to what this Testament album needed, and that was my only focus, making sure that the band got exactly what it needed from it’s drummer.”
In closing, take a moment to consider the following…
In 1988, Testament spoke of a new order and here, in 2008, Testament speak of the formation of damnation.
“It’s of our time right now,” concludes Peterson, “the world we live in is rife with aggravation, politics is forever more about money rather than doing what’s right, we all keep taking from mother earth… human beings are basically done! We’re setting ourselves up big-time for damnation, and that’s what these songs talk about, from love to politics to holy wars, it’s all there, it’s all written about.”
You probably don’t want to hazard a guess as to what Testament, the true societal prophets of rage, will be speaking of in 2028…

Jul
30
Sa
Ladies Night
Jul 30 @ 22:00

Ladies Night

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Ladies: Eintritt frei die ganze Nacht, 111 Welcome Shots

Gentlemen: Eintritt 3,- €, Becks 2,50 €

music styles: Charts, House, Black, Klassiker, Rock&Pop

Aug
2
Di
DEVILDRIVER
Aug 2 @ 19:00

DEVILDRIVER

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19:00 Einlass, 20:00 Beginn

Dunkle Wolken ziehen nicht nur über Kalifornien auf: für ihr siebtes Album haben sich DevilDriver erneut mit Produzent Mark Lewis in die Audio Hammer Studios begeben, um drei Jahre nach dem formidablen Winter Kills für eine rasiermesserscharfe Quasi-Wiedergeburt zu sorgen! Der Titel Trust No One ist eine Kampfansage, die keiner tiefschürfenden Interpretation bedarf, sondern lediglich verdeutlicht, dass Dez Fafara und Co. ihre Energie komprimiert haben: der Opener ‘Testimony Of Truth‘ ist nicht nur ein Meisterwerk an flirrenden Gitarren und derbem Groove, sondern schließt auch gleich zu den ganz großen Klassikern der Amis auf! Hinterhältige Hooks adeln düstere Brecher wie ‘My Night Sky‘, aber zwischen Gift & Galle ist auch immer noch ein Plätzchen für ergreifende Epik. Diese Wölfe brauchen keinen Schafspelz!

Dark clouds over California – and everywhere else: DevilDriver teamed up once again with producer Mark Lewis and the Audio Hammer Studios for their seventh opus that is nothing short of sensational! Three years after the lush Winter Kills, we bear witness to the birth of a sleek new version of the band in the shape of Trust No One. An unapologetic title that strengthens the fact that Dez Fafara and co have compressed their energies: the opener ‘Testimony Of Truth‘ isn`t simply a catchy masterpiece comfortably nestled in between soaring guitars and massive groove, it also catches up with the band`s classic moments! Insidious hooks refine eerie tunes such as ‘My Night Sky‘, but there is always room for hauntingly beautiful epic parts in all this mayhem. These wolves need no sheep`s clothing!

Trust No One – das neue Album von DEVILDRIVER – ab dem 13.05.2016 überall im Handel erhältlich!

www.facebook.com/devildriver

Aug
6
Sa
pump up the 90s
Aug 6 @ 22:00

pump up the 90s

Best of 90s Sound & Visions + special priced 90s drinks

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Wer denkt nicht manchmal wehmütig an das Jahrzehnt zurück, in dem sich die heranwachsende Computergeneration mit Inline-Skating und Snowboarding die Zeit vertrieb. Man spielte GameBoy, fand die Simpsons und Al Bundy absolut kultig und mixte seine Drinks mit einem geheimnisvollen Gummibärchenextrakt aus der blau-silbernen Dose. Bezahlt wurde natürlich alles mit der guten alten D-Mark. Die DVD und das Musikfernsehen starteten ihren Siegeszug rund um den Globus und im Kino vergnügte man sich mit Filmen, wie Pulp Fiction, Eiskalter Engel und Trainspotting. Überall war Musik und wir waren mittendrin.Erlebt heute Euren Soundtrack zum ersten Kuss, der Fahrschule, dem Tanzkurs, dem Abschlussball und des ersten Discobesuchs.

Early Bird bis 23:30 Uhr 3 Euro
danach 5 Euro
Studis/Schüler 4 Euro (gültige Thoska/Schülerausweis mitbringen)

Aug
13
Sa
Mittanzgelegenheit
Aug 13 @ 22:00

MITTANZGELEGENHEIT

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Wildes Entertainment erlebt Ihr heute. DR.FUCHS & Steven W. laden recht freundlich zur Rhythmischen Sportgymnastik mit Oldschool-Surprises, aktuellen House & Black Grooves aber auch internationalen Klängen abseits vom musikalischen Einheitsbrei. Neben Electro-Swing, Worldbeats, New Folk, Reggae, Reggaetone Latino und anderen verwandten Musikvarianten gibt’s auch, ganz frei nach den Ärzten: „IndieFresse“.

Early Bird bis 23:30 Uhr 3 Euro
danach 5 Euro
Studis/Schüler 4 Euro (gültige Thoska/Schülerausweis mitbringen)