First of all, just as a warning before you buy this song, this doesn't sound like the normal Rock and Roll all Nite you'd expect to hear. To put it simply, it's a bit... well... off, and the vocals are a bit more obnoxious to listen to than normal. It's like Holiday in Cambodia on RB compared to GH, or Let There Be Rock on RB2 compared to Let There Be Rock (Live) on RBACDC. Unlike those two comparisons, however, there isn't any parts of the song cut out or placed in, so it's pretty close to the same thing.
Now, on to the drum chart. It's pretty decent and can be pretty fun to play, especially in the parts where the drums and vocals are going on while the guitar and bass take breaks for 15 seconds. It's actually pretty simple and relatively easy to play for most RB drummers, even ones that normally can't do many other tier 4 songs. It's a little bit repetitive, but the patterns are fun so it's no big deal. It's not very complex, either, yet not incredibly simple. Overall, this chart is pretty good, and if you're a fan of Kiss and play drums definetly don't overlook this (but let's face it: if you were a fan of the band, you probably weren't going to overlook this song anyway). It's great for drummers of all levels... except for the expert perfections going for an FC. Getting an FC of this song will be very difficult for even some of the better drummers of the RB community because the snare roles in the films are really fast, as in faster than Homecoming guitar break and close to the I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts outro. Thankfully the rolls aren't very long, but there's a lot of them scattered out through the song and it's as certain to break your combo as death and taxes info you're not playing attention. It's not enough to fail out most expert players, though, and it's not a big problem that creates a distraction away from the rest of the song.