Boot Stamping on a Human Face Forever

Album: The Empire Strikes First (2004)
  • The song title is a direct quote of an image used by George Orwell to encapsulate the dystopian world he wrote of in his book 1984: "If you want a picture of the future, imagine a foot stamping on a human face – for ever."
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