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Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village Opening Song "Kizuna no Kiseki" Streaming on Music Platforms

The Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Swordsmith Village Arc (Season 3) opening theme song “Kizuna no Kiseki” by the Japanese rock band MAN WITH A MISSION and J-pop singer milet began streaming on music platforms on April 10. It was released by Milan Records and Sony Music, and you can watch the short teaser:

Demon Slayer: Swordsmith Village Arc Opening Song “Kizuna no Kiseki” Teaser | Streaming on Music Platforms

The MAN WITH A MISSION guitarist, vocalist and rapper Jean-Ken Johnny commented:

We are honored to be part of the opening track for this extraordinary work Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba -Swordsmith Village Arc-, with the diva of the times, milet. We hope you will enjoy our song with the miraculous story of how the characters’ lives cross, spin, and create bonds together.

 Jean-Ken Johnny

The featured collaborator and singer milet also commented:

I am so delighted and excited to sing for Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba -Swordsmith Village Arc-. I hope to support this work that is loved around the world with ‘Kizuna no Kiseki’ with the invincible artist, MAN WITH A MISSION. A story of deep, yet fragile bond and love… With all my heart, I would like to cherish and sing the song.


MAN WITH A MISSION will bring their new song to audiences across the globe when the band sets out on a world tour through North America, the UK and Europe. The WOLVES ON PARADE tour will begin on May 14 in San Francisco and will stop in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Boston and more before heading to the UK and Europe for a string of June dates. A full list of tour dates and ticketing information can be found HERE.

Milan Records and Sony Music will release the ending theme song “Koi Kogare” on April 17. It will also be performed by the same artists, while the song was written, composed and produced by Yuki Kajiura.

The anime began on April 9 with a 1-hour special episode, and Crunchyroll is streaming it outside Japan. The anime was ranked 2nd in our most anticipated Winter 2023 anime ranking.

Source: Press release
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