Few bands embrace Halloween more than Helloween, just look at their name! Ghost are looking to take them down in this Round 1 battle of our Most Haunting Halloween Track tournament.

Helloween have always been about the pumpkins and the majesty of October. The epic opus 'Halloween" closes out The Keeper of the Seven Keys, Pt. I (save for the short outro) in grand fashion. Michael Kiske’s voice flies off the handle, running the gamut of his range as he toils away in a spirited performance about the holiday. They even give a nod to Charlie Brown: “Someone's sitting in a field, never giving yield / Sitting there with gleaming eyes, waiting for big pumpkin to arise / Bad luck if you get a stone / Like the good old Charlie Brown / You think Linus could be right / The kids will say it's just a stupid lie.”

Ghost have taken the metal world by storm over the last couple of years, utilizing powerful imagery with their costumes and stage design. To say Ghost are a prime Halloween band would be a gross understatement with songs like “Ghuleh / Zombie Queen” which describes the regal dead: “The moon is full, and shines an evil blinding light / Under a monolithic likeness, marble white / Zombie Queen - Zombie Queen / Black light guides you! / Ghuleh - Ghuleh!”

Helloween's "Halloween" or Ghost's "Ghuleh / Zombie Queen?" 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 that  your favorite Haunting Halloween Track wins!

Helloween, "Halloween"

Ghost, "Ghuleh / Zombie Queen"

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