I don't know all their songs man, can't really give you an answer on your initial question. I just think they definitely glorify aspects of war that are in very poor taste, that's my view on it. There is just something about 4 beerbelly mantit guys who look like a mixture of an Andrelon commercial and American road-truckers from Texas singing about war in this fashion that is very wrong... Again, the example I posted previously condones such an action since they have actually seen some pretty heavy shit.
You're not a very good fan of them btw since you're mistaking 'Panzer Batallion' for something WW2 related, hilarious since you're the one pointing out I'm the one who should be doing research on this topic, lol :D
It's actually about the desert storm, but that's okay. Still, considering they speak, or sing rather, heroically of one side in one song and contradict them in the next is just wrong on multiple levels... How is it NOT glorification to go like; "Rats who dare to stand before us, feel our guns go live!!!" sung with utter drive like they are gleeful about it or something, hence glorifying it, no? You don't expect me to believe the people attending random festivals hearing this shit aren't pumping their fists in the air going 'fuckyeahhh, guns 'n tanks 'n shieeet', please, it's glorification and I think you know.