KISS drummer Eric Singer has a set of double bass drums thundering in his chest instead of a heart. KISS was one of the first bands the teenage Singer ever saw in concert, and the experience ignited his desire to become a drummer. Following the tragic death of Eric Carr, who replaced original KISS drummer Peter Criss, Singer filled the spot and was eventually hired. Even though Singer is at the back of the stage, his fierce skin-bashing always keep him front and center with KISS fans.
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