First things first -- congrats are in order for Breaking Benjamin, as the band's current single "Failure" completed a five-victory run in the Loudwire Cage Match and is now being retired to the Cage Match Hall of Fame. So with their freshly minted status secure, it's time to get a pair of new tracks in the Cage Match.

In one corner, you'll find Halestorm and their brand new single "Amen." The swagger-filled rocker is about those moments that make you feel alive in this nose-to-the-grind world and it has "anthem" written all over it. And you can catch Halestorm performing the track at the inaugural Loudwire Music Festival in Grand Junction, Colo., in June. More info can be found here.

Their challenger will be an equally heavenly rocker -- Seether's "Nobody's Praying for Me." The moody track is off to a hot start at rock radio with its infectious chorus and is one of the standout cutss on the band's Isolate and Medicate album. But does this catchy rocker have what it takes to advance in the Cage Match?

Now, take a listen to both tracks in the player below and let us know which song you want to see advance to the next Cage Match by voting in the poll. Will it be Halestorm's "Amen" or Seether's "Nobody's Praying for Me"?

(This Cage Match will run until May 18 at 2PM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!)

Halestorm, "Amen"

Seether, "Nobody's Praying for Me"

Rules of Cage Match:
Fans can vote once per hour for their favorite song. If a song remains the reigning champ for five straight cage matches, it is retired to the Loudwire Cage Match Hall of Fame. With so many great songs out there, we have to give other bands a chance!