The second season for Tales of Zestria the X is slated to premiere on January 8 next year. A television commercial was streamed recently featuring the anime season’s new ending theme song titled “Innosense” performed by the popular Japanese band FLOW. This announcement was revealed during the recent Tales of Orchestra Concert 2016 event.
You can check out of the video as well as the translations below.
Text: … And so, the story heads towards the long-awaited second season
Text: Starts airing in January 2017
Aside from FLOW, Japanese singer Minami will also be performing the anime season’s opening theme. FLOW’s CD Single for their song will be released in three editions starting February 8.
The cast of the first season and the original game will be reprising their roles. Below is the list of the official cast.
Ryohei Kimura as Sorey
Ryota Ohsaka as Mikleo
Ai Kayano as Alisha
Mikako Komatsu as Rose
Misato Fukuen as Edna
Daisuke Ono as Dezel
Kenjiro Tsuda as Zaveid
Here’s a synopsis of the anime as described by the franchise’s English website:
Sorey is a human youth who grew up among the “seraphim” (tenzoku), spiritual beings not visible to humans.
Sorey believes in the folklore that says “long ago, every human was able to see the seraphim” and dreams of unraveling the ancient mystery to make the world a place where people and seraphim can live together in peace.
One day, Sorey visits the human capital for the very first time. He becomes embroiled in an incident during which he pulls out a holy sword imbedded in a rock and ends up becoming a “Shepherd,” one who casts away calamity from the world. He begins to realize the gravity of his mission, and his dream of coexistence between mankind and the seraphim becomes more intense—
And thus, the Shepherd embarks on an amazing journey with his companions.
For more information about the anime and game, check out Anime News Network.
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