Five Finger Death Punch have settled their lawsuit with label Prospect Park, and can now release new music.
The dispute had been ongoing for well over a year, including claims from the label that the band were "shamelessly attempting to cash in before the anticipated downfall of their addicted bandmate."
The band had subsequently been quoted as saying they were being held hostage by the "sinking ship" of a label, alleging that it was heavily in debt and more like "Prospect Dark". They also signed a deal with Rise Records.
Now that the case has been resolved, the band plan to release a greatest hits record this December, with a new album set to follow in 2018.
"The band Five Finger Death Punch and its label, Prospect Park, have resolved their dispute and differences," they said in a new statement.
"The band and the label are excited to announce the release of a greatest hits album with two new songs in December 2017 and the release of a new record next year. The band is very proud of the new record and looks forward to releasing it and playing for its fans.”