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Sound of the Sky Blu-Ray coming June 2017

Anime producer Nozomi Entertainment is pleased to announce the release of Sound of the Sky Blu-ray Collection. It will be available 6th June 2017.

Sound of the Sky Blu-ray Collection

  • Directed by Mamoru Kanbe (Elfen Lied, Cardcaptor Sakura, Your Lie in April)
  • Music by Michiru Oshima(Fullmetal Alchemist, Magic User’s Club, Boys Over Flowers)
  • Series composition by Hiroyuki Yoshino (Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion, Black Butler, Accel World)
  • Available on Blu-ray in North America for the first time ever

“Great animation and a sense of presence and atmosphere…an almost theatrical feeling with its pacing and attention to detail” – Chris Beveridge, Fandompost.com

About Sound of the Sky:

In a lonely corner of the world, on the edge of No Man’s Land, sits Clocktower Fortress. It’s home to the 1121st Platoon of the Helvetian Army, and their newest member is a 15-year-old volunteer named Kanata Sorami, who enlisted to learn how to play the bugle. When she was a child, Kanata was saved by a beautiful soldier and found inspiration in the clear, golden sound of her trumpet. From that day forward, Kanata decided music would be her life. As the other platoon members train her how to be a bugler and a soldier, Kanata’s enduring optimism will inspire them to look for happiness and beauty, even in a world haunted by war.

Contains all 12 episodes of the TV series plus two special bonus episodes!

Special Features: US Trailer, Alternate Version of Episode 1, Episode Previews, and Art Gallery

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