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Chainsaw Man Listed With 12 Ending Songs; Aimer, TK and Eve Among Performers

Chainsaw Man anime revealed the fourth trailer earlier today along with opening and ending theme song information. While Kenshi Yonezu is performing the opening theme song “KICK BACK” the situation with ending themes is slightly different. There will be a total of 12 – one for each episode and with different artists.

The full list of Chainsaw Man ending songs and performers is:

  • ano – “Chu, Tayosei.” / ”ALL KIND OF KISSES
  • Eve – “Fight Song
  • Aimer – “Deep down
  • Kanaria – “Daino-teki na Rendezvous” / ”Rendezvous
  • syudou – “In The Back Room
  • QUEEN BEE – “Violence
  • ZUTOMAYO – “Zanki” / “Time-Left”
  • TK from Ling tosite sigure – “First death
  • TOOBOE – “Jozai” / ”tablet
  • Vaundy – “CHAINSAW BLOOD
  • MAXIMUM THE HORMONE – “Hawatari 2-oku Centi” (also an insert song)

Most of these performers are well-known among anime fans. Aimer performed the most recent Demon Slayer opening, while TK is known for his Tokyo Ghoul and Psycho-Pass songs. Vaundy recently did the second opening for Ranking of Kings and ano performed the ending song for TIGER AND BUNNY 2. Eve did the Jujutsu Kaisen opening, and more recently Bubble theme song, while QUEEN BEE worked on Dororo.

In addition to the new trailer and theme song information, more cast additions have also been announced. The cast now includes Kikunosuke Toya (Denji), Tomori Kusunoki (Makima), Shogo Sakata (Aki Hayakawa), Fairouz Ai (Power), Kenjiro Tsuda (Kishibe), Mariya Ise (Himeno), Karin Takahashi (Kobeni Higashiyama), Pochita (Shiori Izawa) and Taku Yashio (Hirokazu Arai).

Studio MAPPA is animating the Chainsaw Man anime, with Ryu Nakayama as the director. Kazutaka Sugiyama is doing character designs, while Kiyotaka Oshiyama is credited for creature designs. Kensuke Ushio is composing the music.

Source: Premiere Screening Event
©Tatsuki Fujimoto / Shueisha, MAPPA

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