&6allein unveil new group photo ahead of comeback

From Left to Right: Tatsuya Tokutake, Yusuke Miyamoto, Yoshitaka Yamaya, Shunichi Toki, Takeru Kikuchi and Takahide Ishi

&6allein are gearing up for comeback this November. Today, the unit unveiled a new group photo to match the upcoming single.

The seiyuu unit consisting of Shunichi Toki (GROWTH), Yoshitaka Yamaya (GROWTH), Tatsuya Tokutake (Rigel),  Yusuke Miyamoto, Takeru Kikuchi (part of W from Idolmaster Side M) and Takahide Ishii are set to return with a new single this November. Today, the unit unveiled their new group photo, showing an unexpected darker image in comparison with their bright debut looks.

The original tweet can be found here.

#アンロク 2ndシングル予約受付中!

[アニメイト限定盤]
予約はこちら)https://t.co/cWj1VCJSl4
-特典-
・DVD:「-LIVED-」MV
・DVD:MVメイキング
・ブロマイド(2種)

[通常盤]
-特典-
・DVD:「-LIVED-」MV pic.twitter.com/G0JAtRpgI1

— &6allein(アンドシクスアレイン) (@and6allein) 6 de setembro de 2017

In addition to the new group photo, the pre-orders for this single are now open for overseas fans.

If this is the first time reading/hearing about this unit we suggest to check Marine Entertainment‘s special &6allein playlist.

&6allein are the first unit to debut with all members being from the same seiyuu talent agency, in this case: WITH LINE.

Marine Entertainment unveiled the first details regarding the unit’s second single through a series of tweets back in August.

-LIVED-/A:LIVE-” is scheduled to be released on 29/11/2017, available in two editions: regular CD +DVD and animate limited version.

The contents for each edition are the following:

  • Regular: CD +DVD (LIVED’s music video)
  • Animate limited: CD + DVD (LIVED’s music video + making of + bromides of two types)

More details about this release will be unveiled in the upcoming months.

-LIVED-/A:LIVE-” is already available for pre-order on CDJAPAN for all overseas fans.

Source: &6allein official twitter account

For more information about the unit please check their official website HERE.

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Author: midorin

The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Currently based in Macau SAR. Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus" was the catalyst to completely dedicate herself to writing about male seiyuu music.