Over the past 20 years, Tiger Army has made themselves a household name in the psychobilly and punk rock communites. They've toured the world over countless times, sharing the stage with Morrissey, AFI, Social Distortion and more. They've appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and have headlined many punk rock/rockabilly festivals such as The Hootnanny. With four full-length albums and three EPs, Tiger Army has sold over 430,000 albums to date. It's been almost ten years since their last release, but Tiger Army is back and stronger than ever with their heavily anticipated new album "V." The album was produced by Ted Hutt (The Gaslight Anthem, Flogging Molly, The Bouncing Souls) and includes 13 tracks that showcase the band doing what they do best, fusing elements of punk, rock and rockabilly. "V" is the album critics and fans have been hoping for. Tiger Army is alive and well and "V" proves that the band is still just getting started, even after 20 years.