So by your reasoning, FriendofTruth, pipe organs, pianos, guitars, harpsichords, french horns, violins, cellos, saxophones, bass guitars, and anything requiring electricity should be excluded as well, correct?
By all means, I encourage everyone to take this advice and go to services with "rock music" in them, and you'll see that FOT's comment is lacking any foundation in empirical observations. I don't think I've ever been to a church that didn't have drums, plus I've been to a lot of so-called "carnal" rock concerts (punk rock actually, so SUPER carnal by your reasoning), and can say from years of experience that there is not one iota of truth in this statement whatsoever.
The worship of God is not limited by the personal preferences and biases of one single believer. It is an experience that is unrestrained by all borders cultural, denominational, and musical. God is in electric guitars, turntables, and drums as well as harps, lyres, and voices, and far be it for us to limit the diversity that exists in worshiping him. It should instead be celebrated.
Let's please throw away antiquated traditions based on cultural preferences and move towards a real understanding of what worship is.