Alternative rockers Incubus has agreed to a deal which will enable financial services firm Fintage Music to sub-publish their most recent album "Light Grenades" for the world excluding North America.

Fintage Music's CEO Niels Teves and L.A. representative Bruce Lampcov brokered the deal with Incubus's manager Steve Rennie and lawyer Todd Cooper.

The agreement was struck with the band members -- Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger, Ben Kenney, DJ Kilmore and Jose Pasillas II -- who are the original publishers.

"We look forward to working with Niels and Bruce and are confident that our association with Fintage will be extremely productive for both parties," comments Rennie in a statement.

Lampcov added, "Incubus have set the bench mark for their style of music and their chart topping success demonstrates a strong loyal audience which will contribute to Fintage Music maximizing sub-publishing potential for the band."

Produced by Brendon O'Brien (Pearl Jam, Bob Dylan and Korn), "Light Grenades" hit No. 1 on The Billboard 200 following its release in late 2006. The Epic set was the first of the band's six studio albums to reach the chart summit.

The Californian-based outfit kick off a European tour June 15 with a performance at the Novarock festival in Burgenland, Austria. North American dates will begin July 10 at the Greek Theater in L.A., followed by rescheduled European, central and south American shows.

Leiden, Netherlands-based Fintage Music is a division of Fintage House, which was established in 1986 to deliver financial solutions to the entertainment industries. Its clients include R.E.M., Duran Duran, Cher, Lionsgate Films, Alicia Keys and Robbie Williams.