Death is a Dialogue / Press

“Seasoned veterans of the Atlanta music scene, this band are eager to make music their priority. "We are a hard-rock band heavily influenced by punk," Jones says. "I'm a sucker for the love story gone wrong, and an even bigger sucker for epic punk-rock chants and music being played on real instruments." Indeed, Jones stresses they don't want to sacrifice credibility as they strive for success: "One day the world will realize that art made for the sake of making profit is usually pretty shitty art."”

Alternative Press Magazine

“The Vans Warped Tour has established itself as a day-long summer tradition for fans of pop punk, emo, screamo and metal. Having also incorporated hip-hop, electro, Americana and other genres into its already diverse lineup, the Warped Tour offers something for just about any type of music fan willing to spend a scorching summer day on a blacktop under the oppressive sun. As the tour comes to Atlanta on Mon., Aug. 1, there are several local and regional bands scheduled to perform. Here's a look at what these home-skillets have to offer. After the disbanding of his synth punk band the Drownout, Jason Lee quickly assembled a more straightforward rock project called Death is a Dialogue. With biting lyricism and a more aggressively guitar-heavy approach, the band gives somewhat dark themes a rock 'n' roll jolt that incorporate influences ranging from Queens of the Stone Age to AFI.”

“This Atlanta-based post-punk hardcore outfit patterns their dark but catchy songs around the life and poetry of Edgar Allen Poe and Emily Dickinson. They’ve cut their teeth with shows in just about every corner of the South. The Spiveys, Morrowville and HK47 (formerly of the Flash Alchemy) are also on the bill. $5. Snug Harbor”

“Fronted by Jason Lee, former front man for dance-y synth rock act the Drownout, Death is a Dialogue retains some dance elements via a more straightforward pop punk approach. The band celebrates the release of its debut EP with opening sets by Athens electro-rock band the Orkids and Atlanta's the Carry-Ons.”