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TRILLIONAIRE’s aptly-titled debut album, Romulus, is as carnal as it is cosmopolitan – a spiritual soiree where the beautiful and elegant mingle with the crude and grotesque. Over a firestorm of guitars, bass, and percussion, Renee Fontaine’s vocal melodies shimmer like shattered glass glistening in the pale moonlight. Lyrics, sonics, and visuals seamlessly coalesce into a complex mystique rarely seen in the arena of heavy rock n’ roll.

"Progressive rock unit TRILLIONAIRE reflect on the darker side of life with their debut album, Romulus. The band, which includes current and former members of Revocation, KEN Mode, Inter Arma, and others, play emotive rock that rises and falls, coming together in huge hooks and vibrant melodies, a quality displayed on new single ‘The Golden Goat.’" - Decibel Magazine

"...'Dead By 25', a hard-driving track that punches hard with thunderous low-end, soaring vocals and lots of tense, taut, effects-heavy guitar riffs. It’s a heroic, urgent track that features sonic elements of both Failure and Daughters, but with an even more anthemic melodic core." - Treble

"...the songs on Romulus won’t hit you over the head with heaviness (but they’re heavy enough), nor will they bowl you over with technicality (though they’re certainly proggy), but they strike just the right balance of both of those things with that ever-important, oft-forgotten necessity of music: good, memorable songs. And yep, it’s got a bit of darkness about it, too." - MetalSucks

"…you’re in for an eclectic treat that soothes you from the inside out on their upcoming album, Romulus…" - Metal Injection

"TRILLIONAIRE's ability to shapeshift while maintaining a darker atmosphere that ties everything together works well, and you’ll find bursts of punk and metal leaning tonality and aggression built into the rock foundation. […] no matter where TRILLIONAIRE decides to go I’m confident they’ll only keep getting stronger." - Metal Trenches

"At its heart, TRILLIONAIRE posits muscular alt rock reminiscent of Failure, Hopesfall, Open Hand, Hum, and latter day Faith No More. […] Renee Fontaine is the unheralded gem as he summons and weaves Mike Patton, Mark Osegueda, early Layne Staley, Corey Taylor’s non-Slipknot ululations, Greg Puciato’s non-screaming, and the guy from Dream Theater with a baritone-light timbre that straddles alt metal and the sort of angst-y spittle flecked vocal finger pointing that the frontmen in Three Days Grace, Bush, Shinedown, and Seether think they sound like." - Outburn Magazine

"TRILLIONAIRE is one such project where massive amounts of talent have come to release something that one might not have expected these collaborators to do. It's not what you might expect from current and former members of Inter Arma, Revocation, KEN Mode and A Fucking Elephant but it sure is good! It's beautifully produced and certainly worth many a listen. Their debut album, Romulus is a brilliantly put together and elegant piece of modern rock." - Two Guys Metal Reviews

"...what would happen if The Haunted circa Unseen wanted to make something like newer Thrice and Saliva?" - Angry Metal Guy

"TRILLIONAIRE pulled off an amazing magic trick. They combine earworm hooks with full-sounding instrumentation and songwriting that’s simultaneously satisfying, intriguing, and ultimately complementary to the main melody." - Metal Utopia

"TRILLIONAIRE are a band who play sweeping progressive rock with both a dark and anthemic feeling to create massive and focused songs… Check out Romulus and be prepared to be swept away by their hypnotic and anthemic music." - Echoes And Dust

TRILLIONAIRE practice a mix of prog and alt rock with hefty doses of post-hardcore thrown in for good measure. […] Fontaine’s performance is bolstered by an engaging prog-alt tapestry often reminiscent of mid-period Cave In, Coheed and Cambria, Refused and modern Baroness in equal measure. It’s a bold and promising new start for the band’s members and one they can be more than proud to hang their hats on.” - Heavy Blog Is Heavy

"TRILLIONAIRE is an American Progressive Metal band, made up of industry veterans coming together for their first release, Romulus. They possess an exceptionally interesting sound, filled with sweeping musical virtuosity, mixed with incredibly dark lyrical imagery, throughout this forty-three minute, eight song collection. […] I am a fan of Prog Metal, and what these gentlemen do here is provide an otherworldly example of it. I hope this band has a lot more to say in the future. I’ll be listening." - Metal Temple