Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku anime released their theme song through Milan Records. A prominent record label has recently made a huge announcement that has sent ripples of excitement throughout the anime world. The label has declared the release of “Work,” the opening theme to the much-awaited new anime series, Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku.
This captivating track marks the first-ever collaboration between the highly regarded musical collective Millennium Parade and the popular J-pop superstar Sheena Ringo. Fans can now rejoice as the track is available for streaming and purchase across the globe.
The news of this highly anticipated release has been met with great enthusiasm by fans and critics alike. Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku has already created a buzz in the anime community, and the release of the opening theme “WORK” has only added to the excitement surrounding the series. With Millennium Parade’s captivating melodies and Sheena Ringo’s soulful voice, “Work” promises to be a hit among fans.
The leader of Millennium Parade, Daiki Tsuneta, composed the music for “Work” and worked closely with Sheena Ringo to craft the song’s lyrics after reading the original story. The musical partnership between the two talented artists resulted in a captivating theme that perfectly captures the essence of Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku.
Thanks to the partnership between Milan Records and the anime series’ producers, fans can now enjoy “Work” in conjunction with the show’s release. The track promises to be a fitting complement to the thrilling, action-packed anime series.
“Work” is now available on all major music streaming platforms, including Spotify and Apple Music. Fans can also tune into the Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku anime series on Crunchyroll, the leading streaming platform for anime content. You can also read the Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku manga on Viz Media.
About Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku
In a recent development, an anime series has been produced based on the popular manga by Yuuji Kaku. The manga originally ran in Shueisha’s Shonen Jump+ from January 22, 2018, until January 25, 2021, spanning a total of 13 tankoubon volumes. The success of the manga also led to the creation of a spin-off manga as well as a novel.
Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku follows the story of Gabimaru, a formerly respected shinobi who has been allowed to redeem himself by undertaking a highly dangerous mission. The Edo period is nearing its end, and Gabimaru, now a death row inmate, has been promised his freedom if he can retrieve the elusive medicine of life from a mysterious island known as Sukhavati.
Together with the assassin Yamada Asaemon Sagiri, Gabimaru embarks on a risky journey to the remote island, with the hope of reuniting with his beloved wife. However, they quickly discover that they are not alone in their quest. Other death row convicts are also on the hunt for the fabled medicine of life.
This unfaithful journey to the mysterious island will test Gabimaru’s skills, courage, and determination. Will he be able to retrieve the Medicine of Life and gain his freedom? Or will he and his companions succumb to the dangers that await them on Sukhavati Island?
As they venture deeper into the island, they encounter a range of unknown creatures, creepy man-made statues, and reclusive solitaries who rule the island. But Gabimaru remains determined to succeed in his mission, despite the dangers that lie ahead.
The stakes are high, and the odds seem to be against them, but Gabimaru and his companions press on, driven by the promise of a new life. Will they be able to find the Medicine of Life and make it back home alive? Only time will tell in this gripping tale of adventure and redemption.
Where to Stream Hell’s Paradise: Jigokuraku Anime
On April 1, 2023, the highly anticipated anime series Hell’s Paradise made its premiere with 13 action-packed episodes. The series, which boasts a top-notch animation production, is being spearheaded by MAPPA, a renowned animation studio. The series will be available for streaming in North America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East, and the Commonwealth of Independent States through Crunchyroll.
Fans residing in Asia-Pacific territories, excluding mainland China, Australia, and New Zealand, can also catch the series on Netflix. With the backing of two major streaming platforms and a well-respected animation studio, Hell’s Paradise is poised to be one of the biggest anime series of the year.