A Chilean radio station is streaming a new song by Black Sabbath. Futuro 88.9 FM premiered 'End of the Beginning' yesterday. You can hear the song -- all eight-plus minutes of it -- here.

Fans got their first taste of 'End of the Beginning' a couple weeks ago, when the band showed up on the season finale of 'CSI' and performed part of the song. A live version of the track also surfaced online, shot on the opening date of the group's current world tour.

It's all leading up to Sabbath's new album '13,' which will be released on June 11. The record's first single, 'God Is Dead?,' came out in April. Since then, a few other songs from the LP have shown up online.

A Spanish-speaking disc jockey talks over the first minute of 'End of the Beginning' (which opens '13'), but he's gone by the time Ozzy Osbourne starts singing. In fact, it takes a full two minutes until you hear something other than the song's sludgy intro. But when you have almost nine minutes to work with, you can spare a couple to set the song's, and the album's, mood.