Congrats are in order for Black Veil Brides as the band's self-titled fourth studio album has been voted by Noisecreep's readers as the October 2014 Release of the Month.

The band jumped out to an early lead in the poll while garnering significant competition from Slipknot's '.5: The Gray Chapter' album and Exodus' 'Blood In, Blood Out' albums, but eventually won out in convincing fashion.

The group is off to a solid start as both 'Hearts on Fire' and 'Faithless' have arrived in advance of the disc. During a recent album preview party in New York, the band members almost all singled out those tracks, along with the late album song 'Drag Me to the Grave' amongst their favorites on the disc.

While Black Veil Brides have grown their fan base with each album, fans should expect a complete repeat of what they've done in the past. Frontman Andy Biersack stated during their album preview party, "We always try to make every album different. We don't want to make the same album twice. " He went on to add, "As a kid, I always liked the bands who gave me something new and I could grow with them and I could evolve with them rather than completely disenfranchising myself from their art. I hope that as everybody who listens to us as they get older and their life changes in its circumstances, that we can grow with you. … Hopefully the music can stay with you as an impactful, positive thing in your life."

Look for Black Veil Brides' self-titled album landing in stores on Oct. 27. The disc is currently available at iTunes and Amazon and is also available in a variety of bundle packages here. You can also look for the band on tour at these dates.

Once again, congrats to Black Veil Brides on their self-titled album being voted as Noisecreep's October 2014 Release of the Month.