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The MANGA.TOKYO staff had its share of summer. Now, all we wish is for the hot and humid weather to go away and give its place to the red and cool autumn.
The opening will be performed by SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]:Tielle&Gemie and the ending by Sangatsu no Phantasia.
SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]:Tielle&Gemie – ‘sh0ut’
This is a vocal project by Sawano Hiroyuki, who has written music for a variety of TV shows, anime, and movies. He has also written or arranged music for various other artists. In 2014, the first album of SawanoHiroyuki[nZk] called UnChild was released for the anime Mobile Suit Gundam UC. In the same year, he was also in charge of the ending for the first half and the opening for the second half of Aldnoah.Zero. In the following years he kept being active and made the opening for Seraph of the End (2015) and Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn RE:0096 (2016). For Re:CREATORS, he wrote both openings, for the first and the second half of the series. His latest single will include both openings and will be released on 28 June 2017. It can be pre-ordered from today, 9 June 2017.
Official Web Site : http://www.sawanohiroyuki.com/
SawanoHiroyuki[nZk]「gravityWall / sh0ut」
Sangatsu no Phantasia – ‘Rubikon’
This group is built around the vocalist Mia. The song ‘Hajimari no Sokudo’ was used as the ending of Kiznaiver, with which they made their major debut in June 2016. In July, they held a contest in cooperation with the mobile phone novel site No-Ichigo to write a novel based on a song. The winning story Zenryoku Kataomoi was published on 25 March this year under Starts. In December 2016, they released the song ‘Cobald World’ as the opening for Kibukiri Cycle: Aoiro Savant to Zaregoto Tsukai (OAV), and in February 2017 ‘Fairy Tale’ as the ending for Demi-chan wa Kataritai. On 8 March 2017 they released their first full album, Ano toki no Uta ga Kikoeru.
Don’t forget the Re:CREATORS is part of our episodic reviews for Spring and Summer 2017. You can read our review for the first episode here: