Reduction of nitrobenzene with LiAlH4 and NaBH4

After searching a lot on the internet I've found that nitrobenzene is reduced by LiAlH4 to the following compound whose naming I couldn't do.

I couldn't find the mechanism for this reaction anywhere. Can someone tell what is the mechanism for it?

The reduction of the nitro-group might procede through attack of hydride onto the nitrogen atom or electron transfer onto the group with subsequent reaction of the anion with proton (the exact mechanism depends on conditions and reagents). It can produce a wide amount of monomeric products, in particular: nitrosocompounds, hydroxilamines and amines. It is known, that amines can react with nitrosocompounds forming the $\ce{N=N}$ bond. It looks like the first step in the reaction is a nucleoplilic attack of the amine nitrogen onto nitroso nitrogene with subsequent elimination of water.