Textless OP/ED From Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War is Released

We’ve had two episodes of Bleach’s final arc “Thousand-Year Blood War” released and they have officially released the textless or creditless opening and ending for the series. They’re both so clean and beautiful to look at when you don’t have any of that text covering the screen.

Bleach TYBW premiered October 10th and is streaming simulcast on Hulu (North America) and Disney Plus (Europe). You can catch a new episode every Monday and the series will run for 52 episodes split among four cours.

The original Bleach anime’s soundtrack recently got uploaded to Spotify, Apple Music, & more so there has never been a better time to be a Bleach fan.

Bleach: Thousand-Year Blood War Opening 1 “Scar” by Tatsuya Kitani

Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War Ending 1 “Saihate” by SennaRin

About Bleach Thousand-Year Blood War:
The final arc in the Bleach series by Tite Kubo, the arc picks up where the anime previously ended. New soul reapers appear in Karakura town and Ichigo immediately jumps in to help. Soul Society is inspecting a surge of hollows being destroyed in the world of the living as well as residents of the Rukon district going missing.
This leads to a surprise invasion of the home of the soul reapers, Seireitei, by a group known as the Wandenreich. Led by Ywach, the father of all Quincies, the group declares war against the Soul Reapers giving them this message “Five days from now, the Soul Society will be annihilated by the Wandenreich”
This arc will have the Soul Reapers bringing up hidden truths and old history as the final battle for not only the Soul Reapers, but Ichigo Kurosaki begins!

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