The song was released as the second single from And Justice For None
. The long player's name references the band's legal fight with their record label. Rhythm guitarist Zoltan Bathory explained to HMV.com
"We've done what we always do, we've stayed on the road and we've kept going. It took a long time, but eventually, we settled things and we've moved on with our label. You never win a lawsuit, even if you come out on top in court, it costs so much to you and everyone else, it just ends. There's no justice."
The album title may also be a nod to Metallica's 1988 LP ...And Justice for All