The band shared the poster to Instagram as an endorsement for Jon Tester, a Democratic Senator from Montana, who is running for reelection. "It's time for Jon Tester to denounce this act of violence and blatant display of extremism!".
Ament endorsed Tester in a message accompanying the poster's release on Tuesday, calling the senator "the real deal". Check out the poster below.
He continued, "Y'all know the deal".
However, the National Republican Senate Committee have taken exception to the artistic destruction of the White House - an even compared it to the now-infamous photo of comedian Kathy Griffin holding a fake decapitated Trump head.
"The depiction of the skeletal remains of President Trump and a burning White House is reprehensible and shows just how completely unhinged and radicalized the far-left has become", a campaign spokesperson told NewsTalk KGVO. Pearl Jam and Tester have yet to comment on the illustration.
Pearl Jam have a fervent fanbase, the kind that arrives early and lines up at the merch stands hours before the show is set to begin. Why? It's nearly impossible to go a week without listening to your music but that all ends tonight. Should have stuck to music.
Tester is known to be a fan of the band, which was co-founded by Montana native Jeff Ament.
In their 28-year existence, Seattle grunge legends Pearl Jam have never been ones to shy away from speaking their mind when it comes to politics.