Barely a year after their 2007 sophomore release, Tension, Dizmas migrated from Credential Recordings to the more "mainstream" Christian collective, Forefront Records, home of high-profile acts like Audio Adrenaline, tobymac, and Rebecca St. James. Fans may have first questioned the band's placement on such a roster of radio-friendly, production-oriented artists. However, Dizmas more than adequately proves its place alongside these popular acts with a raw guitar rock that focuses on the dualistic core of true Christian story-telling. Frontman Zach Zegan describes what is "Worth Fighting For" — the simple act of doing what's right. He sings of hope and perseverance in a turbulent world, one that is represented by spiraling guitar riffs and bounteous rhythmic enterprises. The group benefits from the expertise of producer Steve Wilson (Juliana Theory, Hawk Nelson, Jonezetta), who knows a thing or two about crafting a modern rock record. Although fans will notice several songs rehashed from Tension, this self-titled project is worth owning for its new tracks, which indicate a newer, more concrete direction for the band.