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An original creation set in an (until now) musically deprived world, where battles are decided with notes rather than fists.

Story
Music
2.3
Overall
Characters
Animation
hyttapower 6/21/2020
2.8
Staircase 6/19/2020
2
2.2

This anime let me down big time. As a huge fan of rock music I thought after watching the first episode that this had to be something for me. Now, I will give it at least SOME credit. I love the setting where the story takes place, I love all the referances to legendary rock bands like Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, Pink Floyd, Sex Pistols and so on, and I thought it was brilliant how the giant mecha is hidden within a VOX amp. With that said, I still was disappointed. Here's why. The story is really badly written, by the time we reached the climax I just couldn't care, there was nothing intriguing about it. It was simply put boring, and that disppoints me considering how everything is based around a subject that I'm very passionate about. As for the characters, they all look good, but they all have very clichè personalities and the emotions put into the voice acting often feels wrong from what we see. Which is weird considering that Mu is voiced by Takahashi Rie, the same voice that does Emilia from RE:ZERO and Megumin from Konosuba, I know she can do better than this. As for the animation, It could be worse, but it lacks a lot of quality. The motions looks cheap, the animation that's done with CGI seems off from everything else and what's not done by CGI lacks animation. It's not terrible though, I've seen worse, but still. The music is actually really good, I like it, but it often feels off and unfitting for the scenes.

hyttapower 6/21/2020
Story
Music
Characters
Animation
2.8

No comment on the review

Staircase 6/19/2020
Story
Music
Characters
Animation
2

No comment on the review

Story
Music
Characters
Animation
2.2

This anime let me down big time. As a huge fan of rock music I thought after watching the first episode that this had to be something for me. Now, I will give it at least SOME credit. I love the setting where the story takes place, I love all the referances to legendary rock bands like Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, Pink Floyd, Sex Pistols and so on, and I thought it was brilliant how the giant mecha is hidden within a VOX amp. With that said, I still was disappointed. Here's why. The story is really badly written, by the time we reached the climax I just couldn't care, there was nothing intriguing about it. It was simply put boring, and that disppoints me considering how everything is based around a subject that I'm very passionate about. As for the characters, they all look good, but they all have very clichè personalities and the emotions put into the voice acting often feels wrong from what we see. Which is weird considering that Mu is voiced by Takahashi Rie, the same voice that does Emilia from RE:ZERO and Megumin from Konosuba, I know she can do better than this. As for the animation, It could be worse, but it lacks a lot of quality. The motions looks cheap, the animation that's done with CGI seems off from everything else and what's not done by CGI lacks animation. It's not terrible though, I've seen worse, but still. The music is actually really good, I like it, but it often feels off and unfitting for the scenes.