Spoke with Armando the other day and he clued me in on a bunch of stuff. I dont know what I can and can't say but there is a lot of creativity going on behind the scenes - a mixture of punk, graffiti, japanese style, etc. which can only benefit the brand as they make their choices.
Triumvir is dedicated to staying "333%" independently owned, which is a big thing for them, so releasing a ton of stuff is hard for them. while they have the name and branding, it's essentially like starting a brand from scratch... for the second time.
Luckily they have a dedicated staff, with Richard and Armando pouring as much time as they can into the brand after working at Orisue and CakedOut.
I was assured 2013 would be a big year for triumvir - no promises of lion parkas or warrior division jackets just yet, but they truly appreciate all the support we've been giving them. I visited Richard half a year ago, and he was operating from his garage. I think they've moved to a slightly bigger space in Santa Ana now, which only means good things.
While I'm not one of the older members, nor an OG head, I pride myself with being a die hard triumvir fan and I know i'll support them this year in whatever endeavors they face.
"The Die is Cast"