All Harm Ends Here

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  • Summary: The Indiana sadcore outfit returns with a fourth album.
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  1. All Harm Ends Here is undoubtedly the band's defining release, a true gem of understated songwriting and melancholy rock.
  2. Uncut
    Languid without being lazy. [Mar 2005, p.93]
  3. Mojo
    Marrying the softest hushed-breath vocals with a lush musical sweep at once both intimate and panoramic, All Harm Ends Here captivates from the off. [Jan 2005, p.94]
  4. Early Day Miners do a wonderful job of working off of their influences and creating an indie rock that sounds familiar, which may seem tiring to some, but is great for others who feel that someone needs to continue and expand that sound.
  5. All Harm Ends Here is hushed and apocryphal, but at times it sounds almost as half-hearted as it is heavy-hearted.
  6. All Harm Ends Here is another deliberately sludgy, dragging attempt at slowcore revivalism, but where influences like Red House Painters and Low so aptly used sparse atmosphere to convey emotion, the Early Day Miners' sobriety has yet again choked any potential life out the album's nine sorrowful songs.
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