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New Track "Nabataea" Streaming From Helloween

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German metal icons Helloween is streaming the new track "Nabataea," the opener from the forthcoming LP "Straight Out of Hell." The album is scheduled to drop on January 18, 2013 (EU) and January 22, 2013 (North America) via The End Records.

The track listing for "Straight Out of Hell" is as follows:

1. Nabataea
2. World of War
3. Live Now!
4. Far from the Stars
5. Burning Sun
6. Waiting for the Thunder
7. Hold Me in Your Arms
8. Wanna Be God
9. Straight Out of Hell
10. Asshole
11. Years
12. Make Fire Catch the Fly
13. Church Breaks Down
14. Another Shot of Life (Bonus Track)
15. Burning Sun (Hammond version) (Dedicated to Jon Lord) (Bonus Track)

Check out "Nabataea" here:

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1. johnny ballgame writes:

I actually thought this song would suck but i was wrong.
Not bad, helloween has done some great work in the past.

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2. BrianMN writes:

I’ve never been a fan in the past.
But I decided to give this a try and it’s actually very good.
A cross between Maiden and King Diamond.
Excellent guitar work and the singer has an incredible falsetto.

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3. R10 writes:

Really like this track, can't wait for the album! Have been a Helloween fan since "Walls of Jericho".

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