Asian Kung-Fu Generation will perform the next opening of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

The group will once again be on the soundtrack of the franchise.

The most recent issue of Shonen Jump magazine reported that Asian Kung Fu Generation will make the new opening of BORUTO: NARUTO NEXT GENERATIONS, which will air in January. While the band Humbreaders, who have put music to the Dragon Quest: Dai no Daibouken and Meikyuu Black Company anime, will be in charge of the ending theme song.

No trailers or song names have been released yet: Asian Kung-Fu Generation was responsible for the second (and one of the most famous) Naruto opening, “Haruka Kanata” but they also composed “Blood Circulator” and “Soredewa”, “Mata Ashita”, also used as franchise themes.

Asian Kung-Fu Generation is a band formed in 1996, who made a name for themselves within the Japanese independent rock scene between the late 1990s and early 2000s. They rose to popularity in 2004 by recording the hits “Haruka Kanata” and “Rewrite”, themes from the anime Naruto and Fullmetal Alchemist . In total, they have already released 10 studio albums, 6 EPs and many simple and side jobs.

Among his most recent works with anime are “Empathy” for My Hero Academia and “Demachiyanagi Parallel Universe” for Tatami: A Travel in Time. His albums are available via streaming through Spotify.

Boruto: Naruto Next Generations is originally a manga written by Ukyo Kodachi (until volume 13), Masashi Kishimoto, the original creator of the work took the publication from volume 14, and illustrations by Mikio Ikemoto, with 18 volumes published so far. , with Naruto’s son starring in the story. The animated adaptation now has more than 200 episodes.

The Naruto manga was originally published on the pagesShonen Jump ace from 1999 to 2014 and was completed with 72 compiled volumes. It is the third best-selling manga in history, with 235 million copies in print worldwide and of that total140 million were sold in Japan and 95 million in other countries.