Tiger Army is a trio of Californian punk rock, generally classified in psychobilly. The singer and guitarist Nick 13 is the author of the texts.
They are signed to Tim Armstrong's Hellcat Records (which plays on the Moonlite Dreams title) and some of the AFI members have played for Tiger Army, or with Nick 13 in previous formations. Thus, Davey Havok of AFI also appears on Moonlite Dreams.
The first album (namesake) of the group with the hardcore accents, is remarkable by the simplicity of the chords, the melodic voice, the speed and the double bass typical of the groups of psycho. This is where the slogan "Never Die", which will become the hallmark of the group, appears, these two words that Nick 13 clung to during his fight for Tiger Army to continue to exist despite the difficulties and changes of musicians common.
For the second album, the staff changes and only Nick 13 stays in the game. All the attractions that have made the fame of psycho are here together, namely a powerful double bass, a fast rhythm, a guitar between punk and rockabilly, but also singing typically tinted 1950s.