Review: Of Limbo’s single ‘ Let’s Go’

Single Review

Of Limbo. Photo by Paul Winner

By Ljubinko Zivkovic, Rock At Night Amsterdam

Review: Of Limbo’s single – Let’s Go – Release date October 31, 2022

Ok, some bands might be ashamed that they have a brash and loud sound with guitars up front with yet another added dose of loudness. 

Well, not Long Beach California’ Of Limbo, as their latest single ‘Let’s Go’ attests to that fact. Up-tempo, hard to heavy rock with loud, brash guitars and bass and vocals to boot, and not crossing the dreaded two-and-a-half-minute mark. 

Of Limbo says “The song started with the riff and everything just fell into place around that. “Let’s Go” just felt like the right sentiment for the energy of that riff. Then lyrically it’s, “What is a song called ‘Let’s Go’ about?” It’s about saying Fuck It and leaping before you look, rather than waiting around for this or that excuse you have created for your inaction. It’s also that the safe option is always to stay with what you know. But getting out of your comfort zone is even if it’s scary or harder at first is ultimately much more rewarding. Just go for it and make things happen!”  

Is it orth the trouble? Certainly particularly to hard/heavy rock fans, who might also wish to check out their previously released songs that include ‘Happened Again,  ‘Nothing But Now’; ‘Nicotine’; and ‘Fight For Your Right’ (Beastie Boys cover). 




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