The poster was designed by the band's Jeff Ament for Pearl Jam's August 13 show in Missoula, and it featured the White House up in flames, with the corpses of various administration members scattered about.
Hannity took issue with the representation, denouncing the poster on his FOX News show earlier this week.
He called it an "overt threat" to the president, before sharing the image with viewers.
"Take a look, this poster from the band Pearl Jam, which shows the skeletal remains of what appears to be a dead President Trump outside a burning White House," he said. "While Pearl Jam apparently wants the president to go down in flames, most Democrats will settle for impeachment."
Here's Hannity screaming about a Pearl Jam poster pic.twitter.com/EC3gLrDIQa— Brendan Karet 🚮 (@bad_takes) August 16, 2018
Hannity's wasn't the only FOX show to criticize the artwork, either.
.@PearlJam @POTUS @realDonaldTrump @MattForMontana @seanhannity @TuckerCarlson @JudgeJeanine BAD MOVE Pearl Jam! Typical snowflakes!! TRUMPLICANS let's show this band how WE roll!! Depicting the death of @POTUS is NEVER a good idea! #BoycottPearlJam pic.twitter.com/aEs9ImArb2— 🇺🇸Taylor MAGA🇺🇸 (@TrumpsNation45) August 15, 2018
The band are standing by the poster, though.
"The role of artists is to make people think and feel, and the current administration has us thinking and feeling," Ament told Rolling Stone. "I was the sole conceptualist of this poster, and I welcome all interpretations and discourse. Love, from the First Amendment, Jeff Ament."
It doesn't look as if Pearl Jam and the Trump administration are "going to be friends" anytime soon.