The rapper performed at Madison Square Garden in New York Monday night, and Iero was in the crowd having a “blast with (his) friends”.
“i don’t think i’ve seen an entire sold out arena crowd that collectively pumped in a long time, @postmalone slayed @thegarden tonight and i had a blast with my friends,” Iero captioned his Instagram post. He shared photos of him enjoying the rapper’s customized Bud Light and taking videos from the crowd. You can see his post below.
Post Malone has had a long history with Bud Light, announcing his most recent album Hollywood’s Bleeding at a gig sponsored by the drink company. Aside from partnering with them for shows, he also was gifted with the late Bud Knight’s helmet per his “Last Will and Testament.”
Posty is currently touring in support of his new record with with Swae Lee and Tyla Yaweh. Tickets are available here with dates below.
10/17 – Raleigh, NC @ PNC Arena
10/18 – Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
10/20 – Miami, FL @ AmericanAirlines Arena
10/24 – Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena
10/25 – Jacksonville, FL @ Vystar Veterans Arena
10/27 – New Orleans, LA @ Voodoo Festival
10/29 – San Antonio, TX @ AT&T Center
11/02 – Dallas, TX @Posty Fest
11/05 – Houston, TX @Toyota Center
11/08 – Glendale, AZ @Gila River Arena
11/10 – Denver, CO @Pepsi Center
11/11 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Vivint Smart Home Arena
11/14 – Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
11/16 – Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
11/20 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum
The episode showcased several bands, including the Skints, Sleeptalk and more. Frank Iero made an appearance toward the end of the episode to talk about his band (and its ever-changing name), Danny DeVito and Taylor Ham.
Zirkel and Iero discussed his career with Future Violents, formerly the cellabration (2014) and the Patience (2016). “I love that excitement in naming [a band], who is going to be in it, what it’s going to sound like, what the aesthetic behind it is,” Iero says. “It’s just so much fun.”
Iero admitted that it’s taken 20 years for him to arrange the band. He recalled seeing current members Tucker Rule, drummer for Thursday, and Matt Armstrong, former bassist of Murder By Death, for the first time when My Chemical Romance, Thursday and Muder By Death all initially signed to Eyeball Records before he and the Future Violents took the stage to perform an acoustic take of “Basement Eyes.”
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