As we move closer toward March 2014, the new release schedule is starting to be more plentiful. There's lots of new discs to pick up from both veteran acts and up-and-coming bands. And with so many options, we want to know which new release you must want to purchase next month.

The busiest week for hard rock and metal fans will be the first week of the month. On March 4, music buyers will have the option of choosing between Fuel's return with Brett Scallions on 'Puppet Strings' and hard hitting records from Carnifex ('Die Without Hope'), Comeback Kid ('Die Knowing'), Crematory ('Antiserum'), I Am Heresy ('Thy Will'), Nothing ('Guilty of Everything'), Vanishing Point ('Distant Is the Sun') and Wolves Like Us ('Black Soul Choir').

The week of March 11 brings us French metal favorite Gojira delivering a 'Les Enfants Sauvages' book and live CD/DVD collection, U.K. outfit Architects rocking 'Lost Forever / Lost Together' and industrial groove masters Combichrist bringing the heavy on 'From My Cold Dead Hands.'

March 18 features Taking Back Sunday's 'Happiness Is' and The Pretty Reckless' 'Going to Hell,' as well as metal releases from Gus G. ('I Am the Fire'), Earth Crisis ('Salvation of Innocents'), Iron Savior ('Rise of the Hero') and Savage Messiah ('The Fateful Dark').

The month finishes out on March 25 with Memphis May Fire's 'Unconditional,' Animals as Leaders' 'The Joy of Motion' and Finch's live disc, 'What It Is to Burn - X.'

You've seen what's coming! Now it's time to vote for which disc you want to pick up the most. Vote for the most anticipated release of March 2014 in the Readers Poll below and look for the winner featured in a post during the month of March on Noisecreep.