Four-member Japanese rock band GLAY has confirmed that they perform "Deathtopia," the OP song for P.A.Works' upcoming original robot anime Kuromukuro. The song is newly written/composed by the band's 44-year-old lead guitarist HISASHI and it is his first anime tie-up song provided for the band. Hit the jump for more.
The official website for four-member Japanese rock band GLAY has confirmed that its 44-year-old lead singer TERU will make a guest appearance in the upcoming 43rd episode of the second season of the TV anime Daiya no Ace/Ace of Diamond to be aired in Japan on February 1. Hit the jump for more details.
Four-member Japanese rock band GLAY has posted a short version music video for "Kanojo wa Zombie (She is a Zombie), one of the four songs included in their upcoming 53rd single "G4.IV." Answering to the request from the band's guitarist HISASHI, who wrote/composed the song, it is produced as a full animation clip. Check the video after the jump.
Four-member Japanese rock band GLAY has posted a short version music video for "Sora ga Aozora de Arutameni" (To Keep The Sky Blue), the current OP theme song for the second season of the Ace of Diamond TV anime. It is third OP song performed by the band, following "Hashire! Mirai" and "HEROES." Check the clip after the jump.
Following the current 3rd OP song "Hashire! Mirai," four-member Japanese rock band GLAY will again provide their latest song "HEROES" as the OP song for the upcoming new season of the Ace of Diamond TV anime to premiere on April 6. Hit he jump for more details.
It is revealed today that HISASHI, the lead guitarist of the popular Japanese rock band GLAY, writes, composes, and produces the ED theme song for the 2014 winter TV anime Z/X IGNITION. The song "Monochrome Overdrive" will be 19-year-old voice actress Yurika Endoh's solo debut single. Hit the jump for more.
Live Viewing Japan has announced that the first in a series of movie theater screenings of Glay: Stadium Live 2012 The Suite Room In Osaka Nagai Stadium will be presented in New York this Friday. Following the NYC premiere, the 3-hour film of J-rock band Glay will be making the next stops on its tour in California this November.
You may not expect to see the creepy Charlotte witch paired with the bassist of rock band Glay, but a fan has seen fit to sketch out the possibility in bright colors and Happy Swing 15th anniversary fanfare. Check it out past the break!