"Take It Or Leave It", the new video from German rock 'n' rollers CROSSPLANE, can be seen below. The song is taken from the band's full-length debut, "Class Of Hellhound High", which was released on November 29 via 7Hard Records.CROSSPLANE recruited three high-profile guest singers to appear on "Class Of Hellhound High". Shagrath, vocalist of Norwegian black metal heroes DIMMU BORGIR and guitarist for biker rock gang CHROME DIVISION shows his rock 'n' roll skills in the song "I Will Be King"; Marc Grewe of German death metal legends MORGOTH does a nice duet with CROSSPLANE frontman Celli in "Bring The Fire"; and Sebi from MASSENDEFEKT contributes to "Dirty Woman". MASSENDEFEKT is well known in its home country of Germany for its high-octane punk 'n' roll sung in the band's native language. They have shared stages with TURBONEGRO, BROILERS and THE BOSS HOSS.
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