13 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The band’s new lineup tears into a fresh set of sweet-but-spiky pop-punk tunes inspired by ‘50s rock ‘n’ roll.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The band’s new lineup tears into a fresh set of sweet-but-spiky pop-punk tunes inspired by ‘50s rock ‘n’ roll.

TITLE TIME

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
65 Ratings

65 Ratings

djhughman ,

You made "Ghost Fire", you know that right?

If they wanted to make an album completely different from previous fan favorites, why not issuing it under a project name?
Or specify in the album title that you're doing something special?
This is hardly the fifth record of Tiger Army I know.
PS. I wonder what did they thought that fans reaction to would be?

Tiger Army's dead ,

This band somehow lowered the bar

I blindly bought this because I've been starving for new punk, psychobilly, hardcore, etc. music. Kept an open mind. You couldn't refund my $8 to listen to it again. There's no energy and every song is 90% ghostly screech and synthesizers. My expectations of this band were extremely lowered with each release post-Power of Moonlight, but the bar cannot be lowered any further. I'd rather force back the vomit trying to stomach the garbage AFI's been putting out since leaving Nitro then give Nick13 another chance.

Imsofreakinsexy666 ,

Take nap

Huge fan of tiger army. Spent many nights together. This album is not what tiger army is about, the introduction didn't even pump me up. Sounds too much like nick 13 on his own. This could be the end of something that once was.

More By Tiger Army

You May Also Like