With never-before-seen scenes – including the last interview with the artist months before he died – “Andre Matos – Maestro do Rock” traces the trajectory of the greatest Brazilian heavy metal vocalist of all time, who became famous worldwide even though he was averse to fame. .
“Andre Matos – Maestro do Rock” will portray in detail the vocalist's entire trajectory and address all moments of his career – even the most controversial ones, such as the separation of Angra and Shaman, – giving voice to everyone involved.
The first chapter shows Andre's interest in music since childhood and talks about the formation of his first band Viper, in 1985. At the time, the members were all teenagers and Andre, the youngest, was only 14 years old – but the first album theirs (“Soldiers of Sunrise”) was a turning point in the history of Brazilian metal, which at the time was just in its infancy. But right after the release of the second album (“Theater of Fate”) – when the band was at its peak, making international success – Andre left Viper to dedicate himself exclusively to classical music studies – which would change completely changed his career. direction of your life.
His trajectory will now be told, for the first time, in a documentary directed by Anderson Bellini and released on the exact day that Andre would complete 50 years.