By Thaís Britto, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Long hair, testosterone, guttural voice: it's metal night in Rio this Thursday. Angra and Sepultura, the two biggest metal bands in Brazil will perform, on their first tour together, in Canecão.
With more that 15 million records sold in a 26-year-old career, Sepultura isn't only the most important band in its gender, but also one of the examples of Brazilian music acknowledged all over the world. Created by the brothers Max and Igor Cavalera - who aren't part of the group anymore - Sepultura went where other . . .