Demon Slayer’s LiSA Releases ‘Shirogane’ Music Video For Mugen Train

The second season of Demon Slayer is slowly approaching the end of Arco Mugen Train, and although the anime adaptation created by Ufotable is ready to dive into a new arc, this does not stop the series from publishing a new music video.

With the latest episode in which Tanjiro and Inosuke attempt to take down the lower-level demon known as Enmu, the series seeks to end the arc in a big way and this seems to welcome a new theme song performed by the singer LiSA.

LiSA has been a key component in creating the anime’s soundtrack. And having created the title track “Gurenge” for the first season, he seems to present his next bet with the song “Shirogane.” Previously, Mugen Train’s official “Akeboshi” MV breaks YouTube record.

Demon Slayer singer Shirogane music video

Having played a pivotal role in creating melodies for the movie Mugen Train, it is definitely no surprise to see the singer / songwriter being involved in the final season, as the music video, Shirogane, is now available for fans to view.

With only a handful of episodes in the Mugen Train Arc, fans are wondering if the television adaptation will have any major changes from the movie. LiSA posted the latest music video on her official YouTube account, after having broken several records with his various melodies for both the series and the film.

What happened to Kimetsu no Yaiba?

Foto: Kimetsu no Yaiba Temporada 2 –Opening 2 “Akeboshi”

The story of Kimetsu no Yaiba has already come to an end on the pages of your manga, with Koyoharu Gotouge ending the search for Tanjiro and Nezuko, leaving fans wondering how many more seasons and / or movies will be created for.

The creator hasn’t said much about a possible sequel, though the series’ popularity certainly has fans crossing their fingers that we haven’t seen the latest from Tanjiro and company in the anime. In the meantime, The Truth News reminds you that you can watch the anime Demon Slayer Seasons 1 and 2 on Crunchyroll.

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