Aliens invade this place, white man stand up for your race
Be proud of your heritage, strong will, all through the ages
Angered but still with pride, show true feelings with nothing to hide
Yet a poorly concocted "Metal Unity" tune hailing German Metal bands called "Myths of Metal" (from 1999's "The Fire And The Wind") was what got them in trouble. "Myths of Metal" features the line
"Hitler Metal! Sieg Hail!"Vocalist Demoniac explained this by saying:
(I'm) greatly influenced by the whole German Metal scene, some of our favourities (sic) band being Running Wild, Sodom, Blind Guardian, Kreator, Helloween and Gamma Ray. We exist because of all the great bands. When we wrote the song it reminded us of great German Speed Metal, so we named the song, ‘Myths of Metal’ with the chorus 'Hitler Metal' meaning aggressive German Metal and ‘Sieg heil’ meaning hail victory and hail German Metal. We thought it would be okay because similar bands have had similar lyrics, such as Motorhead with ‘Iron Fist’ and Slayer with ‘Angel of Death’.
With a band make up that’s Asian (guitarist Herman “Shred” Li) and Moari (ingidenous New Zealander) Sam Totman aka: Heimdall. They stated in a Terrorizer interview that “we are neither racist nor associate with any Nazi groups.” The Terrorizer piece also mentions: ‘The Fire and the Wind’ is now on Osmose Productions and is available from all fine Metal retailers. Except German ones.” So maybe Demoniac's greatest crime wasn't their "maybe they are/maybe they're not really white power" lyrics rather their cinder-block smart song titles and lyrics?
Much of this comes from the article “Demoniac Offend Germans”, Terrorizer, Issue 70, 1999