I am a big fan of a band that is focused and ready to do what it takes to make a name for themselves. Neberu's info talks about finding their identity early on and working to establish themselves in a very crowded field. Their bio could easily read as a guide to young bands who want to experience success. Neberu combines this introspective work ethic with raw emotional metal. The ride they create is one of soothing tones and hardcore brutality. I am so impressed by Neberu and the total package approach they take to metal; the Band of the Week spot was an easy pick. - Martell
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NEBERU's debut album 'Point Zero' is out on Redfield Records on October 21, 2016. The title Point Zero represents stagnation, the ultimate low, it doesn't get any worse. It's the point where you have to change something or you'll drown." God knows the sun is definitely not shining on NEBERU's debut album, however the dark concept is enacted so compelling, intensive an detached that it captures the listener right from the start and in the end shows him a way out of the dark as well.
In 2016 NEBERU are coming up with a pitch-black vision but very personally as well: "The songs are about negative and gloomy times of my life that I'm coping with on this album. Every song tells another story that I personally got through myself. But I'm also trying to raise other people's awareness about such situations and show that no one has to have to sink that deep. Music is just the best therapy." With 'Point Zero' NEBERU have overcome quite a number of lows and show that even in the dark, there's always some light to be found.