Mamoru Miyano Confirms Fifth Album Release and Concert Tour

Prolific seiyuu-singer Mamoru Miyano has recently confirmed on his personal blog that his fifth and latest album would hit the stores come 16th September this year, much to the excited anticipation of his many fans.

The title of his album has not been revealed yet, but listeners can expect to obtain their copy in CD only, or CD + DVD or Blu-Ray disc editions, the latter two of which will come with exclusive perks including special packaging, a music video and documentary covering Mamoru Miyano‘s visit to Los Angeles and a 32-paged photobook.

The album will contain twelve tracks, according to the most recent updates, and amongst them are a few notable songs that fans may recognize as the theme songs for their favourite anime series – SHINE is the opening theme to the Uta no Prince-sama Revolutions series, while BREAK IT! is the ninth opening theme to the Cardfight! Vanguard G series.

On top of that, Mamoru Miyano has revealed plans for a concert tour across seven prefectures in Japan, starting from Sapporo on the 28th November this year, and culminating in an impressive finale at the famed Nippon Budokan early next year! The release of his album together with his planned tour will surely provide yet more opportunity for Mamoru Miyano, whose vocal prowess was ranked 2nd amongst popular male seiyuu-singers in a public poll, to showcase his music and fans can look forward to hearing more from him soon.

Fans hoping to prepare for his upcoming concert tour will also find his upcoming concert Blu-ray release to be handy! 「MAMORU MIYANO LIVE TOUR 2015 〜AMAZING!〜 ], will be released on Blu-ray on 11 November 2015! The Blu-ray will include footage of his 2015 tour finale held at Nippon Budokan on 15 March 2015 and is set to contain two discs.

With an upcoming album release and live concert recording release, Miyano’s fans are definitely in for fine treats this fall!

SHINE

BREAK IT!

Source: http://miyanomamoru.com/news/detail.html?catID=3&articleID=7603

Artiste image credits to Mamoru Miyano’s Official Website

~YJ