Golden Bomber, known as the comedic visual kei “air band”, will have two of their members guesting the vampire visual kei anime, Visual Prison. Specifically, bassist Jun Utahiroba and guitarist Yutaka Kyan will be joining the cast.

The announcement made on Visual Prison’s website didn’t disclose any details on what type of role they would be playing. Although, it was mentioned that we’ll receive more information about which episodes they will appear in at a later date.

Since the last time we spoke about Visual Prison, they’ve unveiled more music and other promotional material.

Its triple A-side theme song CD “Zankoku Shangrila / Bloody Kiss / Gyokuza no Gemini” is set to release on October 6, just three days before the anime starts airing. The CD will include each respective theme song by the three fictional bands in the series: O★Z, LOS†EDEN, and ECLIPSE.

Along with the new main visual, the anime also received its second promotional video! It gives us a much better look at the main characters that we’ll be following throughout the story, and we get to hear parts of O★Z’s theme song Zankoku Shangrila too.

About Visual Prison

The anime Visual Prison revolves around vampire visual kei musicians who gather in Harajuku, Tokyo, under the “Crimson Moon” annual event called Visual Prison. Towards the display of the vampire banquet, the vampires’ abilities are heightened, and they open the barrier for those called the Princes.

The musicians bring their most beautiful songs to the stage in order to captive the audience and use these songs as offerings to the Crimson Moon. The ones who succeed in charming the Crimson Moon are awarded ultimate power.

Ange Yuki is a young boy who doesn’t feel connected to his home environment and carries a strong feeling of loneliness within him.

Taking advantage of having no relatives left, he leaves his hometown and when he visits Harajuku where all the artists he looks up to perform, he stumbles upon a concert battle between the visual kei unit “ECLIPSE” and “LOS†EDEN”.

While he is overwhelmed with their energetic stage performances, a sudden violent pain strikes Ange…

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  2. Bloody Kiss
  3. Gyokuza no Gemini
  4. Zankoku Shangrila -Instrumental-
    残酷シャングリラ -Instrumental-
  5. Bloody Kiss -Instrumental-
    BLOODY KISS -Instrumental-
  6. Gyokuza no Gemini -Instrumental-
    玉座のGEMINI -Instrumental-
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