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2012-  RI - bass, organ
2012-  Ardath - guitar, vocals
2015-  L.C. Chertan - drums
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2012-2015  Siatris - drums, percussion
› 2015-2016  -//- guitars, vocals
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I don't think it's controversial to say that Nibiru's sludgy spoken word drone noise thing isn't really everyone's cup of tea. But it sure as hell is mine.
Review by RaduP ››
It's been a few years since the term "edging" has happily made its way into contemporary parlance.* Now, it's hard to say what kind of twisted soul would submit themselves to such torture, but it at least makes some kind of sense when you hold it in context with a band like Nibiru.
Review by Doc G. ››
In recent years, a good few occult theorists and scientists who spend too much time reading Zecharia Sitchin have come to proclaim the inevitable return of Nibiru. If they're talking about the fabled planet, I'd say their arguments are probably shit out of luck, but if they happen to be referring to the band, they're dead on. The Italian trio that is Nibiru are indeed here again on the psychedelia block, and they're striking back with what is perhaps their most powerful album to date.
Review by Auntie Sahar ››

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