"Troops Of Doom" as written by Andreas Rudolf Kisser, Igor Cavalera, Max Cavalera and Paulo Xisto Jr. Pinto....
Total eclipse hides the Earth
The night of doom has come
Antichrist soldiers are proclaimed
To send souls to the Hell

Catastrophe and destruction
Mankind is slaughtered without mercy
Suphul clouds are in the air
Legions winds corrose the universe

The messiahs, redeemers of mankind
Chained in the valley of Hades
Crowds blinded by evil
Only death is real

Total destruction
Walls of churches stained by blood
Altars burning in the flames
The doom cries out for insanity

The nuclear war announces the end of the world
The mankind is buried and forgotten
Prophets foresee the doom
They foresee the triumph of your death

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"Troops of Doom" as written by Igor Cavalera Andreas Rudolf Kisser

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    General CommentIt's hard to see that no one comment this song... there's not many people commenting good music. Anyway, I'm not a very good lyrics interpreter, in fact i'm really bad at it, but I think this song is just about the Apocalypse written in the bible and satan's army "Troops Of Doom".. just a thoght
    XDZUltraon December 19, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis one was off the Morbid Visions album, which was pretty much just your run of the mill attempt at making a death metal album, using satanic imagery.

    There isn't really much of a meaning here, it is about the end of the world, where evil wins.
    quiffpornon December 22, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe problem of this album is the production, it's not very good, but this particular song in the Schizophrenia remix, is a great song. More Thrash than Death metal
    XDZUltraon December 30, 2004   Link
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    General Commentcool! yeah sepultura kicked ass in the 80s. they could have even been slayers main rival really.
    Josueon May 22, 2005   Link

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