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Nana Mizuki, Ayahi Takagaki Sing Symphogear Season 3's Themes

posted on 2015-05-10 04:40 EDT
Both also voice characters, sang previous seasons' themes

The official website and Twitter account for the Senki Zesshō Symphogear GX anime announced on Monday that Nana Mizuki and Ayahi Takagaki are returning to perform the opening and ending theme songs, respectively, for this third Symphogear season. The titles for the songs have been not announced, but their CD singles will go on sale on July 22 and July 29.

The two singers also performed theme songs for both of the previous Symphogear seasons.

A teaser for the third season debuted in March and revealed the season's title, premiere date, cast, staff, and new key visual:

Text: Teaser
Text: Original Creators: Noriyasu Agematsu, Akifumi Kaneko
Text: The girls' singing once again echoes throughout the battlefield
Text: Director: Katsumi Ono
Text: Series Script Supervisor, Scripts: Akifumi Kaneko
Text: Original Character Design: Dan Yoshii
Text: Character Design/Chief Animation Director: Satoru Fujimoto
Text: Music Producer: Noriyasu Agematsu
Text: Music: Elements Garden
Text: Animation Production: Satelight

Text: Aoi Yūki as Hibiki Tachibana
Text: Nana Mizuki as Tsubasa Kazanari
Text: Ayahi Takagaki as Chris Yukine
Text: Yōko Hikasa as Maria Cadenzavna Eve
Text: Yoshino Nanjou as Shirabe Tsukuyomi
Text: Ai Kayano as Kirika Akatsuki 

Text: Original Creators: Noriyasu Agematsu, Akifumi Kaneko
Director: Katsumi Ono
Series Script Supervisor, Scripts: Akifumi Kaneko
Original Character Design: Dan Yoshii
Character Design/Chief Animation Director: Satoru Fujimoto
Action Director: Fumiaki Kouta
Music Producer: Noriyasu Agematsu
Music: Elements Garden

Text: Senki Zesshō Symphogear GX starts airing in July 2015

Text: To destroy the world, there is a song.

Senki Zesshō Symphogear's first season aired for 13 episodes from January to March of 2012, and a second season aired between the July and September of 2013. Funimation streamed the first season of the anime as it aired in Japan.

Update: Replaced video with official one from King Records.


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