As Stated in the comments, any pedal would likely fit the kit you linked to
One thing I'd say first is for Metal and Heavy music you may require a Double Kick pedal. This will still work on the kit you want. I'm not going to lie there is a lot more to a bass pedal than you think. They also take a lot more maintenance.
There are a wide range of pedals that vary in board length, width, Angle, Beater hight, Beater Angle, pedal tension (whether ribbon, Chain, double Chain or Direct drive). There are even different Board styles (longboard and Splitboard)
I can only give you a recommendation from my own personal experience.
A: Stay far away from felt and ribbon pedals (the board is connected to the mechanism by a strip of "Sturdy" material... the soon snap).
B: if you purchase a Chain or double chain pedal, I would recommend Pearl or Ludwig. Always keep the chain oiled up as well as the bearings.
C: Your technique for double pedals if you decide to get one, will change dramatically. It will make it harder to use the Hi Hat pedal take that into concideration.
D: the best thing to do is go to any good drum shop and they will have a full section dedicated to Pedals try a few out and see which takes your fancy.
I personally use a Pearly Eliminator Demon Drive Double pedal with direct Drive. I feel it is very smooth and does not lie to you. If your technique is off it will tell you. With direct drive there is no room for movement between the beater and the pedal board. ( as soon as you start moving the pedal the beater will move towards the bass drum / Pad.
I would also take into consideration that the pedals performance is quite dependant on its price. You get what you pay for in most cases. I was just lucky to have a friend that sold me has pedals for a fraction of its original price.
One more pointer, You can look into how to adjust your pedal to your personal preference too. the springs on most pedals can be tightened or loosened to get better control and/ or speed. Good Luck! hope you get the pedal you want.
One last thing I forgot to tell you, the kick pedal is the most active object on the drum kit, it has the most moving parts, so take that into consideration and see how the pedals move and how well.