Mrs. Piss - Self-Surgery
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2020 Ratings: #533 / 809
User Score
Based on 54 ratings
2020 Ratings: #553
Liked by 1 person
May 29, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Sargent House / Label
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The project's first album, Self-Surgery, is heavy and punishing, darker than a lot of the music the two make on their own, and that's saying something.


This is a bold, brave effort from two artists willing to push the boundaries of their music, and Mrs. Piss is a side project that has more than earned its reason to exist.

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Fans will get something from Self-Surgery for sure, and will likely appreciate a different shade to Wolfe’s style, be it letting loose with her impressive vocal range or channelling her dark streak into adrenaline-filled bursts of energy. However, it’s also hard to imagine listeners devoting as much time Self-Surgery as they do to her far superior solo albums.

haha loool yknow what i would HATE i would just HATe it if you pissed inside my mouth loooool that would be soo gross eww!!! yuck lol...! That would actually piss (LOL) me off so much if you pissed directly into my mouth just squirt all over my face heh that would actually be disgusting id really hate it if you did that definitely DONT DO THAT to me :D
QUEEN SHIT. This kicks so much ass.

Should have used the real album art, cowards LOL ~

Top Tracks: Nobody Wants to Party with Us, M.B.O.T.W.O., You Took Everything, Self-Surgery
Rating: 8.8/10
Chelsea Wolfe and Jess Gowrie’s Mrs. Piss project doesn’t waste time stirring up murky grooves and intense, noisy sludge anthems. It may be a little rough around the edges and seems like they can still do so much more with this project. But for an 18 minute romp that reminds you just how twisted these two can get, this is exciting.

Give A Listen To: “Downer Surrounded by Uppers”, “Knelt”, “M.B.O.T.W.O”, “You Took Everything”, ... read more
I had a lot of fun with this release, a very good start to what is hopefully a long lasting duo. Everything from the opening to the self-titled track at the is gross and scary in the best possible way, it does lose it's energy with 'Knelt' but even so it is a very interesting track.
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Added on: May 14, 2020