"Bestial Invasion" as written by and Thomas Sandmann Michael Sifringer....
Early morning, mankind sleeps
There's a roaring in the air
Impenetrable fog

Thunder rolls and lightning strikes
Hell storms, rush over the earth
But there's no rain

Hell storms, rush over the earth
Bestial Invasion

Fog cleared up, people scream
They won't believe that the evil takes control

Hell storms, rush over the earth
Bestial Invasion

Your time is out, obsession spreads
Death rules, Satan's law is in command
Jesus Christ exists no longer

You better pray to the new lord
Cause he's almighty obey him

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"Bestial Invasion" as written by Michael Sifringer Marcel Schirmer


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    Song MeaningWell, I don't really feel that this song has any real solid meaning or pertains to a certain event other than in the songwriters mind. It appears to be an early morning invasion of satan's army or even a judgement day with an Luciferian armada instead of the standard christian returning tale.
    You have to realize that Schmier and crew were just teens when they wrote their early material, so it's incredibly possible they were trying to just project an image rather than write big meaningful songs. It was not until 1986 that Destruction started writing social and political-influenced tunes, and I believe they were all about 20 then. They were young german men, angry and loved Venom; this is the result! lol.
    FearovNapalm412on November 10, 2010   Link

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