10 Most Popular Music Groups Who Make Anime Opening Songs

There are several music artists and groups that write songs for the opening or ending of animes. Many of these people are famous artists that we just didn’t realize were featured in anime as song artists. This article discusses some of these famous music groups that wrote songs for anime.

Top 10 Music Groups Who Make Openings For Anime

There are hundreds of bands that have done openings and endings for anime. However, there are only a few of them that shine very brightly among them all.

In this section, I will be counting down the top 10 most popular music bands that have made songs for our beloved animes.

Also, please note that the list is not ranked in any manner. The “countdown” really does not mean much in this article.

  • Flow
  • Egoist
  • Asian Kung-Fu Generation
  • Ling Tosite Sigure
  • Sid
  • Kana-Boon
  • Amazarashi
  • The Pillows
  • Tomorrow X Together

1/10. Flow

FLOW - Japanese Music Band

Koshi, Keigo, Take, Got, and Iwasaki are the five members who make up the Flow musical group they started in 1998. The band is a popular one in Japan, with ten albums and 30 single releases to their name. The FLOW group specializes in pop rock and alternative music and is known to have produced several openings and endings for anime.

Listening to their songs is all fun and good vibes, as they’re able to lift your mood and cheer you up instantly. Their soundtracks featured in anime usually involve amazing vocals, upbeat music and are full of character. Seven deadly sins, naruto, code Geass, eureka seven are some of the anime that this music group has made music for. 

2/10. Egoist

Egoist - Anime Music groups

Songwriter Ryo and vocalist Chelly are the duos making up the Egoist group. The combination of both ladies has brought us lovely music. Ryo can write beautiful songs, and Chelly, being a fantastic vocalist, gives the written song life with her voice. Together, these two have made songs that will ensure that you hum the soundtrack, at least if you won’t sing along.

They’re known to kick off many of their songs with an electronic kind of beat while Chelly does the singing. This group created music for both the opening and the ending of Koutetsujou, no Kabaneri. Although it had an impressive and dynamic start, the conclusion is the part where it gets intense. Some of the songs that the Egoist has produced that have been used in anime are Monsters without a Name, Everlasting Guilty Crown, Koutetsujou no Habanero, and Fallen.

3/10. Asian Kung-Fu Generation

Asian Kung-Fu Generation

Asian Kung-Fu Generation is a veteran music group when it comes to producing opening songs for animes.

The band was first formed in 1996, and they’ve been rocking stages ever since. To date, they have released dozens of songs that have gone pretty viral.

They have made opening songs for popular anime like Fullmetal Alchemist, Erased, Bleach, and Naruto.

Having given life to the introduction of several globally popular anime, it is safe to say that these are the best at what they do.

4/10. SPYAIR

The most famous music groups who write ost for anime

This band has focused on producing alternative rock music since they created it in 2005. It is already a popular group among anime lovers because they have already provided soundtracks for Haikyuu and Gintama. There are four members of this group. They are Ike on vocals, Kenta on drums, Mike on bass guitar, and UZ on guitar. Together, this group has released tens of singles and albums for their fans to jam to. It is easy to instantly know when their song is playing by just recognizing Ike’s voice. Their songs are close to perfect and can cheer you up and improve your mood, no matter what it is.

Imagination, Samurai Heart, I’m a Believer, My World, Last Moment, etc. are some of the beautiful songs that this group of artists has produced and used in animes. 

Ling Tosite Sigure

Ling Tosite Sigure - Jpop

Ling Tosite Sigure is another group of three young, exceptional music talents (Masatoshi Nakano, Miyoko Nakamura, and Toru Kitajima). This music band specializes in alternative, indie rock, and progressive rock, among other music genres that are more obscure.

This group often produces songs that are described as sad and profound. However, those songs are perfect in many ways and convey emotions so well that they can lead many people to tears. In other words, the band usually produces very wonderful lyrics with feelings to accompany their song.

Unravel, abnormalize, enigmatic feeling, and signals are some of their songs that have appeared in animes.


Sid - anime band

Sid is a rock band consisting of 4 members (Aki, Shinji, Yuuya, and Mao). This group has an area of specialization in music, and they can create songs with different kinds of rock, such as hard rock, dance, pop, and alternative rock. However, most songs that are produced by this group are usually dramatic. Similar to other rock bands, roles are shared among the members. Mao is the vocalist in the squad. While Shinji plays the guitar while also backing up Mao, Yuuya is the drummer, while Aki backs up and sings as a vocalist while, at the same time, playing the bass guitar.

They do have a range for their songs. It can be emotional and accompanied by beautiful vocals, or it can be heartfelt. Sometimes it can be satisfying to listen to the anime rock style, which is quiet. Most people who claim to listen to them don’t even know this genre. Whatever the type of song that they sing, you can be sure that they will kill it.



Kana-Boon is one of the most popular music bands in Japan that focuses on alternative and pop rock.

The group was first formed in 2008, but it only became well known in 2013. They currently have four members.

This music band has made opening and ending songs for famous anime like Naruto and My Hero Academia.

They’re responsible for Naruto’s Silhouette that hit really deep and emotional. They are also responsible for a couple of Boruto’s openings as well.



Amazarashi is a Japanese rock band that was formed in 2007. These are the amazing guys responsible for several opening and ending songs in popular anime like My Hero Academia, Tokyo Ghoul, and Dororo.

They are a two-man band that has released several hits over the years.

Amazarashi is the music band that did My Hero Academia’s third opening song and Ranpo Kitan’s opening theme. They also did the endings of Tokyo Ghoul and Dororo.

The Pillows

The pillows

The Pillows are a three-man band that was formed in 1989. They have released a total of over 22 albums and 40 singles.

Clearly, these guys are as pros as pros can get. They became famous for making the soundtrack for FLCL, which is an insanely amazing anime that everybody should check out.

They have also made dozens of opening and ending songs for anime, like SKET Dance, Ahiru no Sora, and many more.

Tomorrow X Together

tomorrow X Together

Tomorrow X Together is one of the most popular Kpop music group that has done anime opening for Black Clover.

They are a Korean boy band that is owned by the same company as BTS. TxT is a fairly new music group that was formed in 2019, and ever since they have only become more and more popular.

Black Clover has this incredible song called “Everlasting Shine” that no fan can forget. It was the 12th and one of the most beautiful opening songs in Black Clover.


There are still a lot more famous music groups that have written songs for anime too. Some of our favorite music groups wrote some of these songs that we fell in love with from anime, and we just didn’t know.

Author’s Bio:

Joshua Sharp is a professional essay writer and blogger from Oxford, working as a local college-paper journalist. He is interested in traveling, different cultures, and social connections. 

Joshua started work as an author of the blog, which connected with cultural differences. He is professional in media, art, public relations, and different news. Also, he is fond of psychology. You can connect with him on Facebook or Twitter.

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