Five Finger Death Punch were sued by their record company Prospect Park for not delivering a “greatest hits” compilation and a new studio album within the agreed deadlines. The lawsuit, which was filed on April 21 at California’s High Court, also expresses concerns that the members of the band are trying to cash in taking advantage of the singer’s Ivan Moody addiction problem. According to Prospect Park the contract that was signed by the band on December of 2012 ordered that Five Finger Death Punch should record four albums. The last album was released on September 4th 2015 and when the record company asked for the greatest hits and the new studio album the band denied to deliver them and insisted on releasing them with another label out of concern for their singer, Ivan Moody. For which the other members of the band had expressed their concerns with texts messages and e-mails saying that the situation is getting worse and characterizing it as a time bomb. Prospect Park demands compensation and the termination of the contract.