The founding members Andreas Küchenmeister (drums, keyboard), Ralf Schauf (bass), Marion Küchenmeister (vocals) and T. Lüdke (vocals, keyboard) had nationwide club successes with the first two maxi singles. After the departure of T. Lüdke in the summer of 1986, Marion Küchenmeister took over vocal duties. With their cover of "Love will tear us apart" the got Europe-wide recognition. From 1987, the guitarist Juergen Jaeger jun. reinforced the band live and in the studio.
From 1987 to 1995, INVISIBLE LIMITS produced four studio albums and a live album with producers such as Micki Meuser (Die Ärzte), Janez Krizaj (Ljubljana) or John Fryer (HIM, Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails).
Since the end of the eighties INVISIBLE LIMITS performed at festivals and have been successful abroad, especially in Spain and France.
In the later 90s the band became a duo with Marion and Andreas Küchenmeister. Their album "Violence" was released in 1995 in South America, the title song made it into the top 10 of the Argentina dance charts.
After 2000, INVISIBLE LIMITS became quieter, playing few concerts at selected festivals (including WGT 2003) and European clubs (including Riga, Stockholm, Berlin, Madrid). With the CD "The Final Album", a collection of unpublished songs since 1993, INVISIBLE LIMITS also did a studio comeback.
In Spanish, clubs songs like "Natalie's", "Golden Dreams" and "Demand for Supply" are often played.
The entire work of INVISIBLE LIMITS was digitally revised in 2012 and remastered in 2013; with bonus material from previously lost remixes and unpublished songs.
In May 2017, the group released a number of noteworthy remixes of their works in a Remix Collection, made by bands like The Eternal Sara NOXX, Psyche, No More and Interfront.