Onmyo-Za Posts New Music Video Inspired by "Basilisk - The Kouga Ninja Scrolls"

Four-member Japanese heavy metal band's 13th album will be available on November 30

Four-member Japanese heavy metal band Onmyo-za today posted a full music video for "Aisuru Monoyo, Shini Tamae" (Beloved, Please Die), the lead track from their upcoming 13th album "Karyoubinga" (Kalaviṅka) to be released on November 30. The title of the song was previously used as the catchphrase for Masaki Segawa's Basilisk - The Kouga Ninja Scrolls action manga series.


In 2005, the band performed the OP theme song for the manga's TV anime adaptation, "Kouga Ninpo-cho," which was released as their 9th single. "Aisuru Mono yo, Shini Tamae" is featured as the theme song for Universal Entertainment's new pachislot machine based on the manga, "Slot Basilisk -Kouga Ninpo-cho- III."


"Aisuru Mono yo, Shini Tamae" MV


CD jacket 


Artist photo



"Slot Basilisk -Kouga Ninpo-cho- III" PV



"Kouga Ninpo-cho" MV (April 27, 2005 release)


Source: Onmyo-za official website via: BARKS




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