|Origin||Porto Alegre, Brazil|
|Genres||Speed Metal, Power Metal|
The band cites traditional metal bands such as Iron Maiden, and Judas Priest along with thrash bands such as Metallica and Megadeth as influences. Also, they cite influence from more progressive groups such as Dream Theater.
Hibria toured across Europe in 1999, in the "Against The Faceless" demo tour, playing 29 concerts through Belgium, Germany, Netherlands, Czech Republic and Poland.
An album entitled The Skull Collectors was released on December 10 in Japan, with a worldwide launch in February 2009.
|Name||Year||Mixed By||Produced By|
|Defying the Rules # 148 Japanese Charts||2004||Piet Sielck – Powerhouse (Germany)||Diego Kasper, Marco Panichi|
|The Skull Collectors # 62 Japanese Charts||2008||Achim Koehler – Indiscreet (Germany)||Diego Kasper, Marco Panichi|
|Blind Ride # 37 Japanese Charts||2011||Willam Putney – The Machine Shop (U.S.A.)||Diego Kasper|
|Silent Revenge||2013||Benhur Lima - Hibria Studios (Brazil)||Renato Osorio|
|Shoot Me Down||Blind Ride||2011|
|Tiger Punch||The Skull Collectors||2009|
|Steel Lord On Wheels||Defying The Rules||2005|
- Iuri Sanson (Vocals)
- Abel Camargo (Guitars)
- Renato Osorio (Guitars)
- Eduardo Baldo (Drums)
- Benhur Lima (Bass)
- Savio Sordi (Drums) – Left in 2005.
- Marco Panichi (Bass) – Left in 2010.
- Diego Kasper (Guitars) – Left in 2012.
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