Saturday, 31 December 2011

A New Year Awaits...

New Year is approaching in a few hours and the year of 2011 has been very exciting for Ferocious Bloodaxe.  With the screening that was a success and the beginning of the next part in the epic cinematic saga, Bloodaxe will prosper next year.  One thing troubles us, though, something that seems to affiliate with us called the NJC.  We are still seeking answers about this organisation.

We are still no closer to finding Dom.  The appeal seems to have done nothing, but we ask, especially tonight as it is the drinking night of the year everywhere, to keep an extra-special eye out.

And last, but not least, is the issue of sand.  Yes, sand.  Sand.  We are no longer allowed to be associated with, you guessed it, sand.  Thank you, Adam.

So, let us know how your New Year's Eve goes.  Shalom.


Monday, 26 December 2011

Happy Holidays

Ferocious Bloodaxe would like to wish our fans happy holidays and shlakum.  It has been an exciting time and we have came up with the Santa Rap which will be available soon.

We would also like to say the the Twatface McGraw issue has been resolved.

All the best


Thursday, 15 December 2011

Dom Appeal

We cannot stress enough the importance of getting Dom back.  Please, keep an eye out and let us know immediately if you see him.  Together, we can make Glasgow safe.  Watch the appeal:

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Meet Adam

K Bargie is delighted to release a short insight into the mind of our most complex band member: Adam.

Saturday, 10 December 2011

NJC, Dom etc

There's been numerous references to something NJC all around Glasgow.  We would like fans to keep an eye out and let us know what it means.  Please contact K Bargie or Scuba with any info.  Also, with reference to the last post, we have still yet to receive information about our manager and sometime-friend Dom.  Please, any information at all would be greatly appreciated, so we can bring him back safely to his cage.

Also, please don't send us any more bowel movements (as addressed on the twitter page:, took Adam a week to get it off his shirt.