Ministry's Al Jourgensen and Alice Cooper both look like they're always ready for Halloween, but which act's song will prevail in this Round 1 battle to determine the Most Haunting Halloween Track?

Yes, this one is from Ministry’s earlier days and is just a bit synth heavy, but Uncle Al gets a pass here considering the industrial metal titan the band developed into. “(Everyday Is) Halloween” features a synth hook that will undoubtedly stay in your brain until November. The song is about the reaction people have when seeing the way Al Jourgensen dresses day to day: “Well any time, any place, anywhere that I go / All the people seem to stop and stare / They say 'why are you dressed like it's halloween? / You look so absurd, you look so obscene!”

Alice Cooper oozes Halloween with every performance, transforming the stage into a dangerous playground for the macabre. Few acts provide the visual entertainment like Alice does, with “Welcome to My Nightmare” serving as a welcome mat to step into the mind of the twisted showman. The lines “Welcome to my nightmare, I think you're gonna like it / I think you're gonna feel you belong / A nocturnal vacation, unnecessary sedation / you want to feel at home 'cause you belong” are all anyone needs to start their foray into a demented world of fright.

Ministry's "(Everyday Is) Halloween" or Alice Cooper's "Welcome to My Nightmare?" Cast your vote for the Most Haunting Halloween Track in the poll below! Voting for this round closes on Friday, Oct. 16, at 9 AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour, so keep coming back to make sure your favorite Most Haunting Halloween Track wins!

Ministry, '(Everyday Is) Halloween'

Alice Cooper, 'Welcome to My Nightmare'

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