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Thursday, May 10, 2018

Satsuriku no Tenshi: Anime Reveals Theme Song Artists



The official website of the animated television adaptation of Satsuriku no Tenshi has revealed what will be the musical themes of the series, which is dated its premiere for July of this year.



Masaaki Endoh will interpret the opening, which composes and writes JIN. Haruka Chisuga will be in charge of interpreting the ending as her character Rachel, being DECO * 27 who composes and writes the song, while yuxuki takes care of the arrangements. Both singles will go on sale on July 25.

The previously revealed cast includes:


Takahiro Sakurai as Danny


Natsumi Fujiwara as Eddy


Mariya Ise as Cassie


Nobuhiko Okamoto as Zack


Haruka Chisuga as Rachel

Kentarou Suzuki (MARGINAL # 4) will direct the series under J.C. Staff, being the scripts of Yoshinobu Fujioka (Requiem from the Darkness, Sadako) and the character designs of Miki Matsumoto, who will also be in charge of the direction of animation. Kana Tanabe is in charge of the color, being Yuji Kondo (REAL-T) the editor, Yoshikazu Iwanami the director of sound and Yasumasa Koyama the person in charge of the sound effects. The music will be put by Noisycroak under Lantis.


13-year old Rachel awakens to find herself trapped in the basement of an abandoned building. Without any memories, or even a clue as to where she could be, she wanders the building, lost and dizzy. In her search, she comes across a man covered in bandages. He introduces himself as Zack and he wields a grim-reaper like sickle.
A strange bond is struck between them, strengthened by strange, crazy promises…
These two, trapped in this strange building, don't know why fate has placed them there. But they will work together desperately to find a way out…

Kudan Naduka and Makoto Sanada draw the manga adaptation in Kadokawa's Comic Gene magazine, and eight compilation volumes have been released to date.

The franchise began as a game with serial murders on the web Den Fami Nico Game Magazine, being available in English on Steam under the name Angels of Death.