Five Finger Death Punch unleashed 'The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell' Parts 1 and 2 last year and are already working on a new album, but frontman Ivan Moody isn't that letting that stop him from pursuing his own solo album.

Moody just appeared as a guest on 'The Jasta Show' podcast with Jamey Jasta and he offered up some details on his forthcoming release. "It's not done yet," reveals the frontman. "I'm taking my time on it. Just like you, my plate's full. 5FDP is my meat and potatoes and our fan base, and if I take away from that right now, it'd be bad timing, so I'm just taking it stride by stride. When it comes out, it'll come out."

The vocalist also tipped his hand on some of the players who are joining him on the solo set, revealing, "I'm working with people like [DevilDriver drummer John] Boecklin and Logan Mader [who] engineered [our first album]. He's just an amazing guitar player. There's a lot of people on board."

While Moody is working on a solo disc, as mentioned Five Finger Death Punch are still very much part of his picture. Though the band have spent a good portion of fall on tour with Volbeat, Hellyeah and Nothing More, the group is reportedly starting to come up with material for their next studio album with an eye to a potential 2015 release.

You can hear Ivan Moody's full interview on 'The Jasta Show' in the player provided below.

Listen to Five Finger Death Punch's Ivan Moody on 'The Jasta Show'