Attack on Titan New Opening Rumbling Crossed Millions Of Views. There was a lot of anticipation regarding the release of the new opening. Everyone was unsure how the fans would receive it. But, the fans have shown nothing but love for it. Right now- the video has almost 16 million views. And, that is quite an important milestone.

Let us get into some more details about the song now.

Attack on Titan New Opening Rumbling Crossed Millions Of Views

This is the official video of the Attack on Titan opening we have on our hands. The opening theme got extremely love from the fans and has currently more than 16 million views on the video.

Even the manga readers cannot help falling in love with the video.

It was on 12th January that the news of the Final Season receiving a new opening was released. Everyone was surprised to hear the name of the band. The song had not even been officially released back then.

Attack On Titan Final Part Opening Song Revealed

Attack On Titan Final Part Opening Song Revealed with the song and band name. An avid anime fan took to Twitter to share the wonderful news with other AOT fans.

SiM stands for Silence is Mine, and it’s a Japanese alternative metal band. There is also some news regarding the same band singing the theme of Chainsaw Manga. So, fans are expecting good things only. Attack on Titan New Opening Rumbling Crossed Millions Of Views, so we can only assume that people took the opening quite well.

The group did an opening theme for Shingeki no Bahamut and even returned to do another song in 2017. They have even written a couple of songs for different PlayStation games. The band is known for performing quite well.

Attack on Titan New Opening Rumbling Crossed Millions Of Views. How are you feeling about the new opening? We hope to hear only good things. Do let us know all about it down in the comment section.

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