“It’s pretty varied”, deliberated Mitch Turner, guitarist and vocalist for Melbourne’s In Deception regarding their sound. “We classify ourselves more as post-hardcore because it’s the simplest one to pick. We cover a wide range with a bit of nu metal and some rap and we’re starting to get a little more orchestral with our new music but overall we like it heavy. I think it’s important to do your own thing and not try to push or try too hard to be different. We just write music that we like and play it and hope that other people like it too. We just have a good time with it and when you’re playing live and you’re having fun all the crowd notices and it brings them to life more”.
In the full interview Mitch talks about starting life as a band in a saturated music industry, how and where to draw the line between imitation and inspiration when trying to establish your own sound, their debut E.P Lore, the musical changes in the band since they first wrote the E.P, their upcoming tour and how playing with more established bands has dictated how they go about their own shows, playing outside of Melbourne for the first time and more.