"Being a drummer is a lot like being an athlete. It takes the same amount of dedication and discipline. You have to have endurance in both arenas."Known as a very aggressive hitter, the Wisconsin born Petersí hair-flailing stage presence is refreshing and not all that common for the gender:
"I always had to fight my way to get the good parts in high school band. They always wanted to stick the girls on the bells. Playing in a heavy band like Skillet is cool; I guess people dig seeing chick rockers."Skilletís sound comprises the aggression of Nine Inch Nails with the melody of Fuel, allowing the throaty vocals of bassist John Cooper to lead the charge. The bandís latest disc, Collide, has put a stamp on the modern rock charts. Peteres explains:
"Over the past six years Skillet has evolved from a more industrial sounds. Iím really excited about Collide because itís like the hard rock I grew up with on MTV. This disc has heavy guitars and heavy drums and very little electronic stuff."Before joining Skillet, Peters played in a band named Alkeme. During high school Peters played in a jazz band and a symphonic band.
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