Yousei Teikoku’s Theme For “Big Order” Anime Hits iTunes on May 20

Japanese gothic metal band Yousei Teikoku will release their 3-song single “Disorder” on USA iTunes on May 20, allowing fans to get the band’s latest tracks right before their live concert appearance at A-Kon 2016 in Dallas, Texas, on June 3.

Yousei Teikoku is already well-known to American anime fans for contributing songs to Future Diary and Tokyo ESP, among others. Their latest collaboration, “Disorder,” is featured as the the theme song to the anime series Big Order (with story by Future Diary’s Sakae Esuno).


“Disorder” Track List:
1: Disorder
2: Akaki Koutei Shiroki Sekai
3: Ibara Meiro


Yousei Teikoku on iTunes:

Yousei Teikoku recently premiered the music video for “Disorder”, and has released 2 live-show video digests from their concerts in Osaka and Fukuoka. Yousei Teikoku will cap off their Japan tour at A-Kon 27 where the band’s loyal subjects will also have a rare chance to meet vocalist Yui, the Empress of the “Fairy Empire”, in person for autographs and a Q&A session.

Event information at A-Kon’s website:

Yousei Teikoku appears at A-Kon 27 by arrangement with EN Entertainment.



Yousei Teikoku (“Fairy Empire”) is a Japanese heavy metal band whose music mixes gothic rock, metal, electronic, and classical music with themes of fantasy and power. Their work includes 15 songs for anime series and video game soundtracks including Future Diary, Magical Pokan, Innocent Venus, Kurokami: The Animation, The Qwaser of Stigmata, Mai-HiME, Valiant Knights and Tokyo ESP. Yousei Teikoku’s latest album, SHADOW CORPS[e], was released in 2015.



A-Kon is a three-day fan-run anime convention held each June in Dallas, Texas. Since its debut in 1990, A-Kon has been dedicated to serving the fan community as well as committed to providing the best possible attendee experience. Over 29,000 attendees came together to make A-Kon 26, in 2015, the greatest year yet. A-Kon looks forward to bringing even more fans together for A-Kon 27, June 3-5, 2016 at the Hilton Anatole.