Hailing from the far-out corners of Norway’s wasteland, Mystery Dudes have made Oslo their home base, starting to cultivate catchy tunes and heavy riffs. Only then does the hard-hitting trio unleash the beast on the world. Mystery Dudes is now premiering on CVLTARTES their second single, ‘Punk,’ off their debut album “Exit Through the Wormhole,” set to be released on June 24th via Electric Valley Records.
‘Punk’ will kick your face and leave you passed out in the middle of the street. Then it plays you some prog.
In the fall of 2019, Mystery Dudes self-released their first EP, “First Blood“, on digital media and good old fashion cassettes. Immediately after, the band played their first gig, opening for The W Likes in Hamar, Norway. Since then, the band has played shows in Oslo, including a live stream from the legendary autonomous house Blitz.
According to the band, they started recording and mixing their debut album in 2020-2021, which led them to sign with Electric Valley Records. The album is a wild journey, featuring elements of psychedelic, progressive, and punked-out music from the sixties onward. Moreover, “Exit Throughout the Wormhole” explores various themes and soundscapes. The spaced-out stoner punk odyssey will melt your face with its eclectic, fuzzed-out blend of stoner rock, punk, and heavy psych.
With their newest single, ‘Punk,’ this troop of fellas is the dose of punk you need now. The song is distinctive and will hit you in the feels. In a nutshell, ‘Punk’ is a tour-de-force that requires your total focus. Mystery Dudes has renewed our faith in the next generation of stoner & rock musicians, so be sure to listen to ‘Punk’ right away.
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Bjørnar Lien Roset – Guitars / vocals
Ola Jørgen Kyrkjeeide – Drums
Rolf Karstein Bang – Bass
All music written and performed by Mystery Dudes.
Lyrics by Bjørnar Lien Roset.
Recorded 2020/2021 by Mystery Dudes.
Mixed by Marius Melleby at Red Line Studios.
Mastered by Ruben Willem at Amper Tone.
Photo by Hubble Space Telescope.
Artwork by Steven Yoyada.