In this year’s 13th issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine they will be announcing on Monday that the bands Blue Encount and Negoto will perform the theme songs for the new Gintama television anime series. Blue Encount will perform the opening theme Day x Day, while Negoto will performing the ending theme Destiny.

The magazine also reveals that the new series will premiere on April 8 and run every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. on TV Tokyo and its affiliates.

Blue Encount and Negoto to Perform New Gintama Anime's Songs haruhichan.com gintama 2015 anime opening and ending theme revealed

Blue Encount are from Kumamoto Prefecture, although they are now based in Tokyo. The four-member emotional guitar rock band made their debut on a major label last September, and they released the first single, Motto Hikari o in January.

Negoto is an all-girl new generation alternative rock band whose four members were born in the Heisei era (after 1989). They already performed theme songs for After School Midnighters, Galilei Donna, and Mobile Suit Gundam AGE. They will release their album Vision in March, and then embark on their first nationwide tour as the headliners.

Gintama 2015 visual:

New Gintama Series Slated for April 2015 visual haruhichan.com Gintama new season announced

Gintama, is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Hideaki Sorachi and serialized, beginning on December 8, 2003, in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump. Set in Edo which has been conquered by aliens named Amanto, the plot follows life from the point of view of samurai Gintoki Sakata, who works as a freelancer alongside his friends Shinpachi Shimura and Kagura in order to pay the monthly rent. Sorachi added the science fiction setting to develop characters to his liking after his editor suggested doing a historical series.

The series has been adapted into an original video animation (OVA) by Sunrise and was featured at Jump Festa 2006 Anime Tour in 2005. This was followed by a full anime series titled Gintama that premiered in 2006 and continued until 2010. After a small hiatus, Gintama returned under the name Gintama (2011) and aired until March 26, 2012 with a total of 51 episodes. After another small hiatus, Gintama returned under the name Gintama’ Enchousen with a total of 13 episodes which aired from October 4, 2012 to March 28th, 2013. It also inspired two movies, Gintama: Shinyaku Benizakura-hen and Gintama: Kanketsu-hen – Yorozuya yo Eien Nare. Weekly Shonen Jump’s 33rd issue had teased that the manga is celebrating over a decade of serialization with “OOO” (an unrevealed term that can be spelled with three Japanese syllables).

Gintama synopsis from Haruhichan:

Life isn’t easy in feudal Japan… especially since the aliens landed and conquered everything! Oh sure, the new health care is great, but the public ban on the use of swords has left a lot of defeated samurai with a difficult decision to make concerning their future career paths! This is especially true if, as in the case of Gintoki Sakata, they’re not particularly inclined towards holding a day job, which is why Gintoki’s opted for the freelance route, taking any job that’s offered to him as long as the financial remuneration sounds right. Unfortunately, in a brave new world filled with stray bug-eyed monsters, upwardly mobile Yakuza and overly ambitious E.T. entrepreneurs, those jobs usually don’t pay as well as they should for the pain, suffering and indignities endured!

Source: Animenewsnetwork

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