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Death is a Dialogue. According to the band, its a lifelong conversation with you and your maker. After touring the U.S. for 5 years and 300+ shows Jones' last band The Drownout called it quits after creative differences forced the band to go their separate ways. Not ready to stop playing music Jones assembles a new project with new members and a heavier muscial direction. Death is a Dialogue is a tribute to the dark poet of the early 1900's. The song, "Low Lies Lenore", is a commentary on the life of American poet Edgar Allan Poe and the loss of his first wife. The band name its self was borrowed from an Emily Dickinson poem. With a live show similar to Hot Water Music and Pennywise, Death is a Dialogue pours out a variety of catchy, dark songs in the post punk-hardcore genre.