TV Guide VOICE STARS teases TRIGNAL’s photoshoot for upcoming issue

TV GUIDE Voice Stars unveiled today some behind the scenes photos of TRIGNAL‘s photoshoot for this month’s issue.

Here are the behind the scenes photos posted today on TV GUIDE Voice Stars official twitter account.

Takuya Eguchi for Tv Voice Stars 2017
Ryohei Kimura for Tv Voice Stars 2017
Tsubasa Yonaga for Tv Voice Stars 2017

At the same time, previews for Hiroshi Kamiya and Hiro Shimono‘s features were released.

Earlier this week, TV GUIDE Voice Stars unveiled a snippet of KENN‘s photoshoot as well as new Shouta Aoi photos (he’s the cover boy).

KENN is part of the 3rd LESLIE KEE feature. It’s the first time that he poses like this for a magazine. Fans are already in awe with his looks and alluring gaze.

According to KENN, it was the first time he worked with LESLIE KEE (famous photographer) as well as the first time he went for such a provocative look. He states that he had a great time shooting the photos, between takes he even had time to sing some acapellas. For his full comment please refer to the special Animate Times article – HERE. More of these photos can be found on this month’s issue.

Shouta Aoi will grace the cover on the magazine’s September issue. According to the magazine reps, this will be the Aoi Shota’s definitive edition, as fans will be able to enjoy several candid photos like the one below, as well as a long interview about his new album “Ø” (Zero),  the new music video, his dreams, radio show, between many things on his 30 page feature.

New photos were released today.

Postcard

Besides Aoi‘s main and KENN‘s special features, this issue will feature articles about Hiroshi Kamiya, Shimono Hiro, Trignal, Soma Saito, Toshiki Masuda, Tasuku HatanakaNobuhiko Okamoto‘s 2017 live tour “Happy Door“, Ryohei Kimura‘s special corner “Sake, Tears and Ryohei”, just to name a few.

The magazine comes with a “super-oversized double-sided poster“.


This issue is already available for purchase on CDJAPAN for all overseas fans.

SOURCES: Amazon Japan / Animate Times / Official TV Stars Guide twitter account (2)

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