Mortification leader Steve Rowe has signed a deal with Australian independent label silver bullet records for his new street rock band Wonrowe Vision.  The band’s debut album “Mission Invincible” is slated for release in September 2010 in a CD + DVD package.

Rowe is excited about the future of his latest musical venture that sees him playing bass and supplying his distinctive vocals alongside Lincoln Bowen on guitar and Andrew Esnouf on drums.  The Aussie Christian music pioneer is planning band gigs in his home country for the second half of this year leading up to the album’s release.

Silver bullet records manager, Vic Campbell states:  “We are keen to support Steve Rowe not only by releasing the “Mission Invincible” album, but also in his continuing quest to penetrate a pagan culture with quality Christian music and a hard-hitting positive message about Christ.”

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