The opening theme songs for an anime series are an important element, although they will often change from season to season or from stage to season. Many viewers believe that the melody of the title song is also a kind of foreshadowing of the plot of the movie. Therefore, a theme song with a catchy melody is definitely worth noting the anime series’ content.
10. Monochrome No Kiss (Black Butler anime)
Monochrome No Kiss by J-Pop group SID is the perfect choice for the Black Butler anime. As the first theme song of the film, it creates an impression of the atmosphere in the series. The combination of rock elements with synth helped SID create a catchy tune that many fans wanted to add to their playlists immediately.
In one minute and thirty seconds, SID fully demonstrated the spooky color of the whole series. This is also the highest-rated title track among Black Bulter’s title tracks.
9. PHONENIX (anime Haikyuu)
Recommended Burnout Syndrome for the Haikyuu! There are a few other theme songs, but no choice can beat PHOENIX, because this is the song that fully expresses the story that the anime wants to convey the most. So PHOENIX became the first opening song of the fourth season.
Haikyuu fans! Everyone was impressed with the song from the first time they listened to it and saw Shoyo Hinata jump off the ground, looking directly at the bright lights shining on them on the volleyball court. This rock song fully describes Karasuno’s journey to the national tournament. Another plus point is that this song is extremely catchy. It has a memorable chorus and Kazuumi Kumagai’s voice immediately evokes emotions from the very first lyrics.
8. Starmarker (My Hero Academia anime)
Starmarker performed by KANA-BOON is the second opening song of season four of the My Hero Academia series. This cheerful song is considered the perfect choice for the School Festival arc. Any die-hard fan will remember the scene of the students preparing for the school festival when listening to the tune of the song.
KANA-BOON has put a lot of effort into creating a vibrant pop-rock track. Right from the first melody, the song has captivated listeners. My Hero Academia has received a lot of praise for the film’s sound, but this song is definitely the best highlight of the series.
7. Departure (Hunter x Hunter anime)
Departure performed by Masatoshi Ono is the only opening song of Hunter x Hunter. It has become a classic in anime history. The song is a combination of elements of J-Pop with progressive metal – a unique and extremely effective combination. Masatoshi’s voice brought the song to a new level.
Every time this song plays, listeners will find it hard not to sing along. Departure has a cheerful, bright sound in contrast to the gloomy atmosphere of Hunter X Hunter. However, this contrast helps the audience to relax gently, especially when the story has too many sad details.
6. Bloody Stream (anime Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure)
CODA has created many legendary opening songs for Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, associated with this cult franchise. However, it will not be surprising that among them, Bloody Stream is the song that is highly appreciated for its acid Jazz style. The bright brass melody accompanying the character Joseph Joestar left an impression on the audience when watching Battle Tendency.
Although it only appeared briefly in the introduction of the anime and attracted the audience, but if you enjoy the full version, surely everyone will have to agree that the brass melody is the soul of the whole song.
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