Visual Prison: original music anime to premiere in October

Utapri’s composer Noriyasu Agematsu teams up with A-1 Pictures and Aniplex to deliver the original music anime project, Visual Prison.


Visual Prison is an original project created by renowned composer, best known for his work in the Uta no Prince-Sama franchise, Noriyasu Agematsu.

In collaboration with A-1 Pictures and Aniplex, this project is going to kick off with an original anime series, set to premiere in October 2021.


A vampire.

A person with a high level of intelligence and beauty who has eternal life.
Living in the darkness, they loved music, sang songs, and produced many things.
Humans have been enthusiastic about their music without knowing that many of those artists are not human beings.
The style called “visual-kei” was one of them.

To the present day.

Vampires have gathered in Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan.

“Go under the “”Red Moon”” that shows where the annual vampire banquet “”Visual Prison”” will be held.”

Under the Red Moon, the vampires’ abilities increase, and they develop a boundary called Prison to create a stage and attract audiences with their performances.

And every year, on the day of the feast in October, the person who dedicated the “most beautiful song” to the “red moon” is blessed with great power.


Visual Prison Cast at Anime Japan 2021

Visual Prison counts with 3 groups.

The lineups for each group are the following:


The lineup is the following:

  • ANGE YUKI – CV: Shoya Chiba
  • GUILTIA BRION – CV: Makoto Furukawa
  • EVE LOUISE – CV: Nanami Hiroki
  • ROBIN LAFFITE – CV: Shun Horie



The lineup is the following:

  • SAGA LATOUR – CV: Takuya Eguchi
  • MIST FLAIV – CV: Nobunaga Shimazaki
  • VEUVE ELIZABETH – CV: Takuma Nagatsuka
  • JACK MOUTON – CV: Shougo Yano


The lineup is the following:


Visual Prison is going to count with an anime series premiering in October 2021. A-1 Pictures and Aniplex are in charge of it.

An announcement video is out.

There are no information regarding music releases so far.

SOURCE: Visual Prison official website