#FocusOST: Top 5 des OST de Shingeki No Kyojin!

The last season of Shingeki No Kyojin (The attack of the Titans) is expected by many people, including us. To wait until its release, we invite you to discover our Top 5 of the most beautiful OST of the saga.

Foreword:

You can imagine, however, that it is difficult to retain only five titles out of all those in the series. This may not be a playlist that will suit everyone, but feel free to comment your own top, we’ll be happy to discuss it!

For those who would like to learn more about the series, we are preparing a little recap at the end of the article.

[SymphonicSuite [AoT] Part2-1st:attack ON titan WMId]

Powerful and at the same time uneasy music. We have to admit that every time we listen to this song, we don’t really know what to feel, apart from the goosebumps of course.

[AttackD]

This piece is one of our favorites in this top. Close your eyes and enjoy a sound that will transport you to a world full of hope, but ravaged by titans!

[Vogel im Kafig]

We have to confess something to you. This music also gives us goose bumps. However, SNK is a series that does not leave indifferent, it would have been a shame if the soundtrack did not convey emotions.

[Body motion]

This song gives us the impression that anything is possible! If you’re lacking motivation, turn up the volume and get ready to accomplish anything you haven’t had time to do yet!

[Gt20130218]

We end this top with a music that is sadder than the one we put above. If after watching the series, you have tears in your eyes while listening to this song, don’t worry, it’s completely normal. And of course, if you’re not as sensitive as we are, that’s okay too. Just enjoy.

Vous avez dit Shingeki No Kyojin?

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This saga has caused a lot of talk, especially in recent months with the announcement of the broadcast of its last season at the beginning of next year.

“In a world ravaged by man-eating titans for over a century, the few survivors of Humanity have no other choice to survive than to barricade themselves in a fortress city. The young Eren, witness of the death of his mother devoured by a titan, has only one dream: to enter the elite corps charged with discovering the origin of the titans, and to annihilate them to the last… ” (Wakanim)

Basically, it is a manga entitled L’attaque des Titans / Attack on Titan / Shingeki no Kyojin. The series, by Isayama Hajime, ended with 34 volumes. In France, the manga is published by Pika Edition. As you can imagine, the manga was very successful.

Indeed, 3 years after the publication of volume 1, the first episode came out, to our greatest happiness. Since 2013, Shingeki No Kyojin has enjoyed several seasons and films. These are available on several streaming platforms such as Wakanim (integral), ADN (in part), or Netflix (in part).

And following the success of the manga and the anime, a reissue in a “colossal” format is underway at Pika Edition. Something to make you dizzy.