Mexican doom rockers MALIGNO will support METALLICA and MASTODON on the Mexican leg of their 2010 "Death Magnetic" world tour.

The dates are as follows:

March 01 - Guadalajara, Mexico - Estadio Tres de Marzo
March 03 - Monterrey, Mexico - Estadio Universitario

MALIGNO says in a statement: "We are truly honored to be selected and play with these great bands that have a very strong connection with our style of music and especially in our hometown Monterrey."

MALIGNO released its second album, "Universevil", on September 1, 2008 in Mexico via Iguana and Asenath Records. The CD was named one of the top ten albums of 2008 by Latin artist by Rolling Stone magazine Mexico, and it was honored in the "Best Metal Album" category at the Indie-O awards, which recognizes the best of independent music in Mexico.

"Universevil" was recorded at La Nave studios in Monterrey, Mexico and was mastered by Alan Douches (MASTODON, HIGH ON FIRE, THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, BARONESS).

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