Last week, original Black Sabbath drummer Bill Ward released another new song by one of his current groups, Day of Errors. Appearing in time for Halloween, the tune fittingly titled "Ghost Train" followed hot on the heels of the recently released "Dark."

Both represent the first new material from Day of Errors in two years, after a pair of tunes from the trio arrived in late 2017. Earlier this month, Ward released a separate track called "Arrows" — dedicated to victims of the 2017 Las Vegas shooting — with his namesake Bill Ward Band. Day of Errors' "Dark" followed Oct. 18, "Ghost Train" Oct. 25. Listen to the Day of Errors songs toward the bottom of this post.

Ward first filled fans in with a pair of video statements uploaded to his official YouTube channel Oct. 19: "Hey everyone, my name is Bill Ward," he said. "And I wanted to let you know that my band, Day of Errors, is going to be releasing a new song soon. It's called 'Dark.' Check it out."

Day of Errors first emerged in 2016. The band currently includes guitarist Joe Amodea and Kill Devil Hill singer Jason "Dewey" Bragg. In April, it was reported that Day of Errors had returned to the studio.

This summer, Ward reported he was "open-minded" about earnestly reuniting with Black Sabbath's classic lineup after the band members appeared onstage together at a Grammy event. In 2017, the original Sabbath drummer canceled a Day of Errors tour after he was hospitalized with heart problems.

Day of Errors, "Ghost Train" (Official Audio)

Day of Errors, "Dark" (Official Lyric Video)

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