peterCriss400 Original KISS drummer Peter Criss joined frontman Rob Zombie on stage last night (Saturday, May 10th) at 93.3 WMMR MMR*B*Q 2014 at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, New Jersey to perform a cover of the KISS classic God Of Thunder.

According to blabbermouth.net, Zombie introduced Criss by telling the audience: “Ladies and gentlemen, if you are anything like me, you were very disappointed a little while ago, because I tuned into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame, and I did not get to see my favorite drummer get behind the motherfucking drums. So tonight, it is our great honor to bring to you the one and only Catman, Mr. Peter Criss.” Watch fan filmed footage below.

Rob Zombie has just completed a short 12-stop tour and will next head over to Europe for a run of festival dates beginning with the Sweden Rock Festival on June 5th.

Zombie is promoting the upcoming release of his first-ever concert Blu-ray/DVD, The Zombie Horror Picture Show, which will be released on May 19th.

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  • Richman on

    Hey Peter, you should apply for the SCORPIONS’ drumming job. They could use an old school veteran with a good resume. Peter must be clean and sober for many years now so he won’t get arrested in Airports for doing stupid shit. Maybe a duet or harmony thing with Klaus Meine. They could do a medley of that whistling song and HARD LUCK WOMAN. Fuck it, hire Bill Ward too. He’s good. THE SCORPIONS FEATURING PETER CRISS AND BILL WARD. Sell out every show for certain.

  • Disappointed on

    Why does Rob Zombie seem like he imitating Marilyn Manson–did anyone notice that or is it just me?

  • Disappointed on

    John 5 and Ginger Fish should rejoin Marilyn Manson–they’re excellent! Unfortunately, they are with Rob Zombie.

  • John on

    Trivia questions for all those that think Peter is a legend and how he is irreplaceable: How many songs did Peter write during his time in KISS and how many copies did his latest solo album sell? (hint, it’s the same number)

    • Blood in ink on

      Priceless! Very funny.

  • joseph on

    I’m happy for peter . Its pretty cool to c him behind the kit again and I will be supportive in any way I can for the one and only cat man. I still would rather see him behind the kit then this imposter today. Eric singer to me was a drummer that might have been ok for one style of music maybe even for Alice cooper .balances but not classic kiss tunes which by the way represents about 90 % of their set list these days. Eric Carr was an excellent drummer very top notch would bury eric singer . I dont as a kiss fan since 77 wanna hear calling Dr love with all these ridiculous drum fills.and thats what he does to all them and I understand he might be adding his style but to me it just either Dilutes everything about it that was once good. And classic kiss sounds like kiss and best when its in the original format

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