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 . . .