Garbage enjoyed huge success during the mid-1990s and now Shirley Manson and co are taking their alternative rock to fans in Mexico.
The band will play at an MTV festival in Mexico next month in what will be their first appearance in the country for nearly a decade.
Fans on luxury tours to Mexico will be heading to Nuevo Leon to catch sight of the singer's distinctive flame-red hair at the MTV World Stage Monterrey on September 12.
Those hoping to hear tracks such as Push It and Stupid Girl played again can get tickets for the international music event for free through the MTV website, mtvla.com.
Eduardo Lebrija, general director of VIMN The Americas, Mexico, said: "We are excited to have Garbage at the MTV World Stage Monterrey - Mexico. They are definitely part of the global rock elite and this line-up ensures a night full of rock, which will be remembered in Mexico for many years."
Marc Zimet, vice president of music and talent for VIMN The Americas, said Garbage had a strong fan-base in the country and described the band as "a force on stage."
Linkin Park will also play at the event.
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