Today’s Daily Feature is “No Limit” by the Russian Prog Rock band Quintessence. That concept of “No Limit” is that it’s a story about the destruction of the human personality. This is what the band had to say about the concept:
The image of the protagonist is largely inspired by the heroes of the films “Enough!” Joel Schumacher and “The Joker” Tod Phillips, pushed to the limit by the circumstances when a person becomes capable of killing and destroying everything in his path. In this single, the musicians explore the question of how violence breeds violence.
This prog-rock tune is grandiose. It features big energy in every part: the vocals, the guitar riffs, the bass, and the drums. The guitar riffs are standard prog-rock riffs as they are melodic yet thick and heavy in sound. The true star of the song is the vocals are they are a perfect mixture of haunting, euphonious, and powerful. Don’t miss out on those amazing vocal harmony splits around the two-minute mark. If you love rock music, then you have to check out “No Limit” by Quintessence.
Make sure to listen to “No Limit” by Quintessence down below. Let me know what you think in the comments!
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