Today, Virtual Crunchyroll Expo is announcing a slate of musical guests including Burnout Syndromes, Seven Billion Dots, MAGIC OF LiFE, and Rhythmic Toy World alongside popular English voice actors Bryce Papenbrook and Zeno Robinson.
Burnout Syndromes, a Japanese rock band known for their musical openings for “Haikyu!!” and “Dr. STONE,” will bring fans a concert followed by a Q&A session to get to know the artists.
7 Billion Dots, MAGIC OF LiFE, and Rhythmic Toy World will also be V-CRX special guests, delivering a high-energy concert followed by Q&As with each band as well.
7 Billion Dots – This rock band’s music can be found as the ending and opening themes for “BORUTO: NARUTO NEXT GENERATIONS,” and “GRANBLUE FANTASY The Animation Season 2.”
MAGIC OF LiFE – This melodic rock band is known for their hit songs from the popular anime “Yowamushi Pedal” and “Joker Game.”
Rhythmic Toy World – This Japanese rock band is known for their single “Boku no Koe,” the OP for “Yowamushi Pedal Glory Line”
V-CRX is also announcing that Bryce Papenbrook will be heading to the event this year. Papenbrook has performed in countless video games, cartoons, and TV shows. Some of his biggest roles include Inosuke Hashibira from “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba,” Kirito from “Sword Art Online,” and Eren from “Attack on Titan.”
Rounding out this week’s slate of guest announcements is the Anime Award-winning voice actor Zeno Robinson. He’s an avid anime, animation, and video game fan, appearing across television networks and in anime series like “My Hero Academia” (Hawks / Keigo Takami and Deidoro Sakaki ), “Fire Force” (Ogun Montgomery), “Re:Zero” (Garfiel Tinsel), and more. Robinson was recently awarded with Best VA Performance (EN) at this year’s Crunchyroll Anime Awards for his role as Hawks in “My Hero Academia Season 4.”
For fans interested in getting involved in V-CRX this year, submissions for Crunchyroll-Hime Cosplay Cup will close on Monday, June 7 and fan panel submissions will close Friday, June 11. Fans worldwide are encouraged to apply.
Virtual Crunchyroll Expo brings together the global anime community to celebrate the best and brightest in Japanese animation. The event will be streaming from August 5-7 only on expo.crunchyroll.com. Free registration for V-CRX is open at expo.crunchyroll.com, allowing fans worldwide to catch all the action, announcements, guest panels, and more from the three-day event.
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