Welcome to this week's Movie/Music news roundup, containing new Japanese and Hong Kong Video and Music releases from this week listed at Play-Asia.com.
Guilty Gear is getting red hot, now that the GHQ decides to exterminate everyone in Tokyo. The bearer of the power of the King, Ouman Shu has to rely on himself to lead his people.
The quiet, contemplative beginning of Kokuhaku is reminiscent of Departure, but the rise in its beat reflects the more dangerous situation and the active role that Shu is taking. The other song, Bokura no Ashiato is the ending theme of Black Rock Shooter. The nostalgic melody leads to an emotional chorus, leaving listeners wanting for more episodes and more songs.
Nirvana is a contrast of hope and gloominess. The famed music producer Tanaka Yoshito, who had collaborated with artists such as Nakajima Mika and Suga Shikao, joins forces with MUCC to bring their fans the bitter sweet and emotional song. The Limited Pressing and the Regular Editions come with different coupling songs.
After a journey though feelings and sensations, it's time to find out ...[more]