Dance with Devils TV Anime's 1st Ad Streamed
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Text: Around "The Forbidden Grimoire"...
Text: The predictions of demons, vampires, and exorcists...
Text: Ritsuka Tachibana, voiced by Himika Akaneya
Text: ...have been set in motion around Ritsuka Tachibana
Text: Rem Kaginuki, voiced by Sōma Saitō
Text: Lind Tachibana, voiced by Wataru Hatano
Text: Urie Sogami, voiced by Takashi Kondo
Text: Mage Nanashiro, voiced by Subaru Kimura
Text: Shiki Natsumezaka, voiced by Daisuke Hirakawa
Text: With that singing voice, you will know true love.
The story revolves around Ritsuka Tachibana, a female second-year high school student who attends Shiko Academy in Shiko Town. She enjoyed her school life while living with her mother Maria, but one day, that balance fell into ruin. The anime is a story of Ritsuka being loved and being attracted to demons.
The anime will premiere in October. Game developer Rejet, music production studio Elements Garden, and music production company Avex announced the project in February.
The characters and voice cast include:
Ai Yoshimura (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU, Blue Spring Ride) is directing the anime at Brains Base (Natsume's Book of Friends, One Week Friends). Tomoko Konparu (Uta no Prince-sama - Maji Love 1000%,Blue Spring Ride) is in charge of the series scripts based on the original concept by Rejet's Daisuke Iwasaki and the original story by Grimoire Henshūshitsu. Elements Garden is composing the music, and Elements Garden's Junpei Fujita and DIVE II Entertainment are producing the music. Rejet's Hirotaka Maeda provided the original character designs, and Yuka Takashina is adapting those designs for the anime.
Wataru Hatano performs the anime's opening theme song "Kakusei no Air," while Pentacle★, a unit composed of the main voice actors Sōma Saitō, Hatano, Takashi Kondo, Subaru Kimura, and Daisuke Hirakawa, is performing the ending theme song "Mademo★iselle."
Samako Natsu is also launching a manga for the project titled Dance with Devils -Blight- in Square Enix's G Fantasy magazine on September 18. It will tell an original story different from that of the anime. Anime scriptwriter Rika Nakase (Rocket Girls, Junjō Romantica) is credited for story composition.
The anime's official website previously streamed a promotional video for the anime in July, which revealed one of the musical numbers integral to the series.