The Queens of the Stone Age leader can be seen momentarily grabbing the man and calling him a “f---ing asshole” and “full of s---."
While they'll now forever be synonymous with a senseless tragedy, Eagles of Death Metal proved a decade ago that they'll always stand for nothing but love.
Pop's latest (and potentially his last) album is streaming all week ahead of its March 18 release.
It's a legitimately danceable song complete with female backup singers and an intricate orchestral bit at the end you should really stick around for.
March will come in (and go out) like a lion this year with new albums from Iggy Pop + Josh Homme, Jeff Buckley, Gwen Stefani and many more.
Eagles of Death Metal returned to Paris to play their first full show since the terrorist attack at their Le Bataclan concert that killed 89 people.
"I feel like I'm closin' up after this," Iggy Pop said of his future following the upcoming 'Post Pop Depression.' "The energy's more limited now."
The Stooges frontman and his 'Post Pop Depression' collaborators Josh Homme, Dean Fertita and Matt Helders will hit the road this spring.
The second track revealed from their surprise album sounds like a perfect blend of Queens of the Stone Age and Iggy's inherent level of coolness.
The new duo premiered the first single from their (formerly) secret album 'Post Pop Depression' and sat down for a pretty hilarious chat.