The staff of the upcoming anime, Metallic Rouge, have revealed a special music clip for the series. The series will premiere in January 2024.
At the time of writing, the anime’s staff has revealed little information about Metallic Rouge‘s story. According to Anime News Network, the story takes place in a “tech-noir” setting where humans and androids coexist. The anime will feature elements of both sci-fi and fantasy. More information will likely surface in the coming weeks.
Metallic Rouge Special Music Clip
The official Twitter/X and YouTube for the upcoming anime posted a special music clip for Metallic Rouge, titled “Crimson Lightning.” The anime’s music composer Taisei Iwasaki composed the music and wrote the lyrics for “Crimson Lightning.” 10GAUGE produced the clip and BONES was in charge of the animation. Check out the clip below:
The staff attached to Metallic Rouge are as follows:
- Chief Director, Series Composition: Yutaka Izubuchi
- Director: Motonobu Hori
- Character Design: Toshihiro Kawamoto
- Music: Taisei Iwasaki
- Animation Production: BONES
- Special Effects Director: Yasushi Muraki
- Gladiator Design: Takayuki Takeya, Tamotsu Shinohara
- Mechanical Design: Tomoyuki Hirao
- Product Design: Kazutaka Miyatake
- Set Design: Shingo Takeba, Yasushi Ishizu
- Costume Design Cooperation: Akihiro Yamada
- Art Director: Takuya Ebisawa
- Color Design: Hiroko Umezaki
- Director of Photography: Masataka Ikegami
- 3DCG Supervisor: Yoshikazu Kon
- 3DCG Director: Daiki Uchida
- Setting Investigation: Mitsuyasu Sakai
- Culture Investigation: Katsuie Shibata
- Sound Director: Haru Yamada
Additionally, Yume Miyamoto stars as the lead character, Rouge Redmaster. Tomoyo Kurosawa co-stars as her partner, Naomi Orthmann.
Metallic Rouge is unique in that it is one of the few anime being released in the next few months that isn’t based on an existing manga property. Story details are scarce as a result. Further details will likely surface soon.
Lastly, Metallic Rouge will premiere in January. The series will air on Fuji TV’s +Ultra block and premiere on Crunchyroll alongside it. At the time of writing, an English dub has not yet been confirmed. The anime’s staff will likely reveal more information on the series’ English release, story, and characters over the next few months.