Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul Anime's New Theme Song Artists Revealed

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THE BEAT GARDEN, DAOKO perform new theme songs debuting on July 7

The official website for the Rage of Bahamut: Virgin Soul television anime, the sequel to 2014's Rage of Bahamut: Genesis, revealed the anime's new opening and ending theme song artists on Thursday. Both songs will debut in the anime on July 7 for its second cour (quarter of a year).

THE BEAT GARDEN will perform the anime's new opening theme song "Walk This Way." U wrote the lyrics, and Wolf Junk & U.M.E.D.Y. composed and arranged the song.

DAOKO will perform the new ending theme song "Cinderella step." DAOKO wrote the lyrics and composed the song, while Keiichi Ejima of rock band Sakanaction arranged it. DAOKO is also performing the anime's current ending theme song.

The anime premiered in Japan on April 7. Amazon is streaming the series as it airs in Japan on its Anime Strike channel.

SiM is performing the show's current opening theme song "Let It End," and DAOKO is performing the ending theme song "Haikei Goodbye Sayōnara" (Dear Goodbye Farewell).

The series will will air for two cours (quarters of a year). The story takes place 10 years after the world escaped destruction due to the revival of Bahamut. Humans at the royal capital gather wealth, the demons are enslaved to assist with the capital's revival, and the gods lose their power due to a decrease in religious piety. The world is thrown off balance as humans, gods, and demons hold their own ideas of justice.

Keiichi Satou (Tiger & Bunny, Asura) is directing the series, and Shizuka Ōishi (Futarikko, Ōdorī live-action series) is writing the scripts. Naoyuki Onda (Gantz, Hiiro no Kakera) is designing the characters, and Goki Nakamura (Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King, Baku Tech! Bakugan) is again serving as art director. Yoshihiro Ike (Tiger & Bunny, Kuroko's Basketball) is composing the music. MAPPA (Garo: Crimson Moon, Snow White with the Red Hair) is again producing the animation.

Source: MoCa News

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