Even though As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis is facing murder-for-hire charges, his Austrian Death Machine project still plans to release its third album 'Triple Brutal.'

The side project, which is a parody/tribute to action hero/ex-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, issued this statement on their Facebook page, which made no reference to Lambesis' legal issues:

"Tim finished all of his parts back before he went on tour in Asia. He was just waiting for me to do my parts and put together the finishing touches on the mix of the album. I'm working on that starting this week now that I have the files. The CD should be done soon and then we'll start planning to manufacture."

The band funded the album via Indiegogo, offering incentives to fans to contribute to the recording of the record. One person paid $1500 for the privilege of recording some vocals on a track. ADM ended up raising over $78,000, exceeding their $63,000 goal.

There are numerous guest musicians on 'Triple Brutal,' including Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed), Doc Coyle, (God Forbid), Johnny Plague (Winds of Plague), Scott Lewis (Carnifex) and others.

After being charged in the murder-for-hire plot against his former wife, Lambesis was released on $2 million bail. He had to come up with $160,000 to secure that release. His next court date is June 26, and As I Lay Dying have cancelled all scheduled tour dates.

Listen To Unmixed Sound Clips From Austrian Death Machine - 'Triple Brutal'