Ah, September! We've steadily been building toward this one. September is typically the biggest month of the year for new releases with some of the biggest names in music usually unleashing their new sounds and sights. But with so many offerings, which one should you pick up? Loudwire wants to know your most anticipated new release of September.

It all begins on Sept. 4, when Five Finger Death Punch and Iron Maiden lead a wealth of discs into stores. You'll also find a live album from Against Me!, a DVD from Aerosmith and new platters from Burn Halo, Amorphis, Conveyer, Once Human, Ramming Speed and Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats. While the week of Sept. 11 is lighter in the amount of releases, you can look for Slayer, Bring Me the Horizon, QUOR and the all-star Hollywood Vampires disc dropping in your hands.

Sept. 18 is the busiest release date of the month. Shinedown, Atreyu, The Black Dahlia Murder, Blessthefall, Geoff Tate's Operation: Mindcrime and the all-star Metal Allegiance are among the top-billed acts releasing new music. You'll also find a live album from Broken Hope and discs from Crossfaith, Devil City Angels, Harlott, Leaves Eyes, My Dying Bride, Neurotic November, Scale the Summit, Tesseract and Windhand. And finishing out the month, Huntress and Dead Letter Circus lead the Sept. 25 contingent, which also includes albums from Graveyard and One OK Rock.

Check out all the new releases and their street dates in the poll below, then vote for the new effort that you most want to pick up. The winning entrant will be featured in a post on Loudwire's site and will be dubbed the September 2015 Release of the Month. You can vote once per hour through the deadline of Monday, Aug. 31 at 11:59PM ET.