Summer 2004 Malossi headed into V8 Studios with producer/engineer Oskar Skallerud. The result was the 5 track EP “ExhaustHead”. “Exhausthead” got a great reception by both press and fans. After gigging through 2005, Bigbore’s grand ma's house was made into a studio. Oskar Skallerud was brought back to supervise the production in spring 2006. This resulted in Malossi’s first full length album; “Hold Your Horses”, which was released February 2007 on Malossi’s own label, MulletProof Records. Just after this, Pushrod left Norway in desperate need of self realisation, and Malossi was forced into hiatus.
Now back, Malossi has taken steps in new directions and lyrics are now sung in the Norwegian dialect "Solung", from the eastern valleys of Norway.
Rooting from the deep woods of this area, they draw their inspiration from the hardships of redneck youth in the eighties and nineties, where moped tuning and other adolescent values was the order of the day. The band delivers heavy rock doused with elements of stoner and seventies rock, focusing on strong and melodic vocals and a solid groove – deep and dirty.