Every month that new country music emerges is a good month, but October 2014 is pretty exceptional, with two highly-anticipated records dropping within one week of one another. Country bad boy Jason Aldean and hit duo Florida Georgia Line are both set to release albums this fall, making October oh-so-awesome due to new music ... and Oktoberfest, of course.

Aldean's 'Old Boots, New Dirt' streets Oct. 7, and he's mentioned it will push the boundaries of conventional country music, with influences ranging from R&B to Southern rock and pop. Fans have already been able to hear a few tracks from the upcoming record, including 'Sweet Little Somethin'.' But his new releases haven't satiated fans' appetites a bit -- they just want more, more, more!

Florida Georgia Line's faithful are also hotly awaiting the duo's new record 'Anything Goes,' the follow-up to their massive 'Here's to the Good Times,' which broke records and nabbed them numerous awards, garnering the duo a double Platinum title. 'Anything Goes' impacts mid-month on Oct. 14.

With those two heavy hitters, the list of new country music releases for October 2014 is already looking fantastic. But there's more!

Angaleena Presley will debut her first full-length solo record 'American Middle Class,' and the lyrics are pulled straight from the Kentucky native's life. Country five-piece band Old Dominion's eponymous record will drop the same day as Aldean's, while Little Big Town are poised for success with their sixth studio album 'Pain Killer,' and it promises electric hits and top-notch harmonies that the group has become known for. Plus, Sam Hunt -- a somewhat newcomer -- is releasing ‘Montevallo,' and he co-wrote all of the songs on the record which holds the same name as the small Alabama town where he spent his college years.

It's going to be a good one.

New Country Music Releases for October 2014:

October 7
Jason Aldean, 'Old Boots, New Dirt’
Old Dominion, ‘Old Dominion’

October 14
Angaleena Presley, ‘American Middle Class’
Florida Georgia Line ‘Anything Goes’

October 21
Little Big Town, ‘Pain Killer’

October 27
Sam Hunt, ‘Leave the Night On’

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