The PRO-24 would not be my first choice in terms of over-head mic'ing for drums, especially because of the following:
1. It's max input sound level is 119 dB. Drums at that distance can be louder and thus clip out the microphone.
2. The microphone has an unbalanced connection. Connecting it to a mixer by using an adapter to convert it to XLR use, and sending Phantom Power, would permanently damage the microphone and void the warranty.
If you wanted to choose a stereo microphone from drum overheads, the one I would recommend is the BP4025. It's more expensive, but it would be the correct/right microphone for the job. If you needed an inexpensive option, a pair of AT2021 microphones placed in an X/Y configuration would also work well.
In short, you could try the PRO 24 for drum over-heads, but you may get undesirable results.