ELEKITER ROUND 0 working on the PV for the new mini-album


Announced earlier this year at the music festival “Marine Wave Super live”, the duo ELEKITER ROUND 0, consisting of seiyuu Shinnosuke Tachibana and Satoshi Hino, are going to release a new mini-album later this year. There are no details so far regarding the single that will be used to promote the mini-album or the mini-album on itself, covers and tracklisting are all being kept a secret from the public so far.

What we can and know about the new mini-album is that it’s already recorded and the duo is working on the promotional video for the single.

So far the duo has released four mini-albums:

2010 – 零ERφ
2012 – MARIA
2012 – Summer Snow
2013 – Forbidden Lover

The first three mini-albums have pv’s released. The song “Maria” from 2012’s mini-album “Maria” had the guest appearance from DABA, a project led by seiyuu Daisuke Ono that features many other seiyuu, all born in 1978, such as: Jun Fukuyama, Satoshi Hino, Shinnosuke Tachibana, Takayuki Kondo, Junji Majima and Hisayoshi Suganuma.

Marine entertainment (the label behind the duo) has revealed on their twitter account the following:

Translation: Luxury guest appearance on the PV for ELEKITER ROUND 0 (Hino Satoshi-san and Tachibana Shinnosuke-san) 5th · 6th mini album! It’s Takahiro Sakurai-san!! Stay tuned for further news.

takahiro sakurai

So it’s official! Super seiyuu Sakurai Takahiro known for his roles as Cloud Strife (Final Fantasy VII), Yu Kanda (D.Gray-man), Claude Faustus (Kuroshitsuji II) and Suzaku Kururugi (Code Geass) between many others, will be making a guest appearance on ELEKITER ROUND 0’s new pv. It’ll be interesting to see him in the pv since it’s a first time for him.

The pv will be released maybe next month so we’re really looking forward to it. More details about the new mini-album will be released in the following weeks.

Their 4th mini-album “Forbidden Lover” released in January is available on CDJAPAN in it’s two editions:

Forbidden Lover / ELEKITER ROUND 0

Author: Vanessa Silva (midorin)

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Metalhead. Gamer. Based in Cascais, Portugal. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to start writing about male seiyuu music.