Crunchyroll Expo announces full musical performances with SiM — GeekTyrant

Crunchyroll Expo has released the full list of bands performing this year. The main headliner will be SiM, an alternative rock band that mixes punk, metal, reggae and ska. They will present the very first live performance of the attack on titan final season part 2 theme song, “The Rumbling”. Attendees will be able to watch the concerts as part of their Expo ticket. Fixed times have yet to be announced, but keep an eye out for them for the day you will be attending. Here is the full list of bands and the days they perform:

  • Friday August 5 – Sevenn

    • American artist/producer Kevin Brauer exploded onto the international electronic music scene under the artist name Sevenn, producing hit tracks with DJ Alok, Tïësto and Gucci Mane. He is represented by WME internationally and Plus Talent in Brazil.

  • Friday, August 5 – James Landino

  • Friday, August 5 – Shihori

    • SHIHORI is a Japanese pop singer/songwriter, best known for her collaborations with Yoko Kanno (Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in The Shell: Stand Alone Complex) and Kohei Tanaka (One Piece). She has written and composed for contemporary artists and for anime series such as Fairy Tail, Macross Frontier and The Irregular at Magic High School.

  • Friday, August 5 – ATARASHII GAKKO!

    • ATARASHII GAKKO! Is the progressive J-Pop group that brings together elements of modern J-Pop, Showa-era kayokyoku, rap, punk, dance music, but it would be futile to try to categorize them into one. any kind.

  • Saturday August 6 – Young bombs

    • This Canadian electronic duo has performed at hit festivals such as Lollapalooza and the Firefly Music Festival, while supporting The Chainsmokers, Galantis, R3hab and Adventure Club on tour.

  • Saturday August 6 – SiM

    • Japanese rock band SiM will perform a full set including the first-ever live performance of The Rumbling, the hit opening theme from Attack on Titan: Final Season Part 2, outside of Japan.

  • Sunday, August 7 – Burnout Syndromes

    • J-Rock Burnout Syndromes’ poetic lyrics and electric melodies have fueled the opening themes of beloved anime titles, including three consecutive seasons of Haikyu!!, the opening theme of Dr. STONE, and the Gintama ending theme.

Corina C. Butler