News New York Comic-Con to Host Gundam Seed's T.M.Revolution
posted on 2008-02-07 21:12 EST
Japanese pop artist and anime theme song performer T.M. Revolution will appear at New York Comic-Con during the April 18-20 weekend. The artist will perform a live concert on April 19. The solo singer sang theme songs for the D.Gray-man, Darker than Black, and Rurouni Kenshin anime series. His most popular anime theme songs appeared in Mobile Suit Gundam Seed and its Gundam Seed Destiny sequel, for which he collectively sang five songs. He also voiced guest roles in Gundam Seed, Seed Destiny, and Rurouni Kenshin. Before assuming the stage name of T.M. Revolution, Takanori Nishikawa sang under the name Haine in the visual-kei band Luis-Mary from 1989 to 1993. He made his first solo recording in 1996.
Nishikawa also leads the band abingdon boys school, which performed additional songs for D.Gray-man and Darker than Black. He performed at Otakon 2003 and Pacific Media Expo 2004, but New York Comic-Con will host his first North American convention since then. He will be performing a theme song for the Soul Eater anime series, which will premiere in Japan on April 7.