In 2009, Far Away Town left the past to head into a new age of fuzz as a three-piece. There unique style as a hybrid of stonerrock, desert blues, heavy rock, a load of fuzz and – of course – psychedelic parts is reflecting there influences of several heavy sounds. Always heading forward, this stonerrock – trio released one demo CD, 2 EP’s, one 7″ single split EP and a live record. Currently the band is working on their debut full length album, which will be released 2013/14. Far Away Town played more than 100 shows so far including one italia/sardinia-summer-tour and a load of supportshows for no less than Brant Bjork&the Bros, Truckfighters, Dozer, Brain Police, Sungrazer, The Machine, Deville and many more. Neadless to say, these guys are comin´ up with heavy riffs and desert sounds – always headin´ for the real fuzzz.
Please listen to Maria from the CCW - she perfectly sums up the work of the GI-Rights-Hotline and so the Military Counseling Network e.V. --
The Clearing Barrel GI coffeehouse opened 2012 in the center of Kaiserslautern, Germany, the centerpiece of U.S. military installations in Europe with the Ramstein Airbase and Landstuhl Medical Center.
The Clearing Barrel is open for everyone. It’s a warm and beautiful place to relax and to enjoy a strong fair trade coffee or a tasty Saturday breakfast.
The coffeehouse also provides a safe, alternative space for soldiers, veterans and their families to socialize, learn about their rights in the military, receive counseling, engage one another in political discussions, and organize themselves to resist illegal wars and military occupations.
The Clearing Barrel offers events, movies and concerts. The current program is available at our website.
The coffeehouse is run by Meike Capps-Schubert, since 2003 active in the Military Counseling Network and is supported by volunteers.
Wed. 16 to 22 Fri. 16 to 24
Thur. 16 to 24 Sat. 16 to 24
ph: 0151 - 567 275 50
Military Counseling Network e.V.
The Military Counseling Network e.V. provides free, confidential and accurate information on U.S. military regulations and practices to service members, veterans and their families.
We are part of a consortium of more than twenty non-governmental, non-profit organizations located in more than fifteen states in the U.S. and in Germany, known as the GI Rights Hotline. Some of our counselors are veterans, some are lawyers and some have decades of military counseling experience.
We help service members with military discharges, grievances, complaints and other GI rights. We can assist veterans with getting their benefits. We are in constant contact with each other to stay up-to-date on the latest military regulations and practices.
Many of us are not lawyers, but in cases in which an attorney might be useful, we can help you find one.
0151 - 567 27 550
or directly in The Clearing Barrel
The Clearing Barrel and Military Counseling Network e.V. need your assistance. You can help us by volunteering in the coffeehouse or organizing events. Inform U.S. soldiers about the counseling service. Inform people about our beautiful place.
Military Counseling Network e.V. is a registered non-profit organisation. All donations in Germany are tax-deductible. Please help us with a donation. Join the Military Counseling Network.
Here are three different ways you can donate:
GLS-Bank, BIC GENODEM1GLS
Pay Pal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Center on Conscience & War, 1830 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20009-5706, Memo Line: GI-Café-Germany Donation