NewsMay 27, 2024 6:19 PM ETβ€’13,655 views

Emmure's Frankie Palmeri and Alpha Wolf's John Arnold end North American tour with shade

Frankie Palmeri (Emmure) 23

Alejandro Gonzalez

For the last six weeks Emmure has joined Alpha Wolf on their North American tour alongside openers Unity TX and Chamber. From the outside it would seem the tour went off without a hitch, however following the show in Houston, TX on Sunday, May 26th Emmure vocalist Frankie Palmeri shared a photo on X/Twitter of the supporting bands (Emmure, Unity TX, and Chamber) captioned, "This is the tour….", seemingly casting a bit of shade on the openers Alpha Wolf out of the photo and post. 

 

 

Today, Alpha Wolf bassist John Arnold broke his four year long X/Twitter silence to quote tweet Palmeri's tweet to rib the nu-deathcore frontman.

 

 

To which Palmeri clapped back saying:

Thank you! We had a blast.. out selling you..out playing you...just over all crushing it… Sorry half the crowd left last night. Always next time!

 

 

Maybe this is a genius marketing plan to hype up another Alpha Wolf/Emmure tour somewhere or the Half Living Things North American tour 2024 didn't go as smoothly as hoped. Either way for those concerned with how the Emmure vocalist is currently doing:

 

 

Update May 28th 12:15 AM: Alpha Wolf has shared a conclusion post celebrating the end of the Half Living Things North American 2024 tour and wouldn't you know it, someone is missing from the group photo. Frankie Palmeri. Technically, however a photo of him is in the picture taken by photographer Olivia Morgan if you look very closely at the cell phone being held up. 

Alpha Wolf shared the following:

That concludes the Half Living Things - North American tour. 

We owe the biggest thank you to @EMMUREmusic @UNITYTX & @chamber615 for being such incredible bands to tour with.

We're leaving the USA with our hearts full and we cannot wait to return

 




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