After 25 years of performing together, the band officially disbanded in 2016.
No Limits presenting their album Hardcore at MKC Koper Youth and Culture Centre, 2013
No Limits is a hardcore band originally established in Koper in 1991 under the name Mental Affliction. Its first performance was at MKC Koper Youth and Culture Centre. When the song "Beermania" subsequently became a success, the band decided to change its name to No Limits to reflect the variety of styles in its music (hardcore, trash-metal, death-metal, jazz-funk, etc).
The band has released the demo recording Our Little Wooden House, the live recording Jurassic Punk, and the CDs Borba Non-stop and Hardcore (May 2013). No Limits appeared also on some compilations, e.g. Ratomaniax (Tribute to Ratos De Porao), No Border Jam Festival No.7 and Punk Rock Strela 13.
No Limits has presented ultrafast hardcore, trash-metal, grindcore, ska, hip hop and melodic punk music at hundreds of concerts, touring also to Italy with the band Germinale. Its lyrics deal with racism, fascism, AIDS, drugs, alcohol, the working classes, animal rights, religion, wars, politics, diversity, friends, tattoos, economic crisis, everyday-life stories, funny stories, and more ...