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Prelude: Signal Return starts things off sounding more like a Cure song, which is instantly dispelled upon the cry that started this very review.Afterworld enters with an acoustic intro, leading into what could very easily pass as Incorporeal 2.0.So, where's the post-psychobilly I so ineloquently spoke of? Okay, now that that's out of the way, let's expand upon this idea.First and foremost, there's the Fred Hell situation.The group started off a relatively straight-forward act; you take a dab of punk and an equal dose of rockabilly, drive your hearse to the morgue and stir.
That sound was fine, at least for their first two albums, but eventually Nick seemed to grow unsatisfied; whether that sparked a conflict of interest resulting in band members leaving and/or getting shot, well, that's extra research you can easily do on your own time.
In 2004, former drummer Fred Hell took four shots to the head and, though he did sustain injuries (which go without saying, he had a bullet lodged in his brain), he's alive and kicking.
He has since left the group, leaving himself wide open to the dangers of the world.
The slogan extends beyond physical injuries, and stretches all the way to the band's existence as a whole.
Tiger Army does not die, musically, so long as Nick 13 is still alive.
Upon the announcement that the band had started working on new material, Nick 13 was quoted in Alternative Press magazine as saying he had hopes of making Tiger Army the world's first post-psychobilly band.