Military Position’s “A Woman’s Work Is Never Done,” her first US release, is an album not to be taken lightly. The tape seethes; menacingly rumbling and pulsing. Harriet K Morgan makes dark industrial that encapsulates the utter frustration and powerlessness of a woman thrashing at the boundaries of what the concept of womanhood should be. Sometimes threatening, sometimes heart-wrenching; this release stares trauma dead in the face and then demolishes it with a fucking monster truck. An unabashed picture of wretched humanity, a triumph of will, a ruthless and beautiful expression. Not for the cowards. A true story of real life revenge.
Edition of 100 (Every 10th tape includes a polaroid photograph)