One of the Greatest Brazilian Heavy Metal Vocalists Dies Age 47

André Matos, former vocalist and one of the founders of the Brazilian metal band Angra, died yesterday, June 8th. The musician was 47 and the victim of a heart attack, confirm friends.

By Richard Mann

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - André Matos, former vocalist and one of the founders of the Brazilian metal band Angra, died yesterday, June 8th. The musician was 47 and the victim of a heart attack, confirm friends.

The death was confirmed by drummer Ricardo Confessori and bassist Luis Mariutti, also former members of Angra, in a note signed by the band and released on social networks. The musicians were currently on a tour with the Shaman, a band the singer started after splitting with Angra in 2000.

Edu Falaschi, who took over Angra's vocals after Andre Matos . . .

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