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Garrett T. Capps
The members of Rammstein stand on a platform in the middle of the Alamodome.
Apparently, San Antonio is still a metal town.
Although the 1980s marked the city’s heyday as the Heavy Metal Capital of the World, the Current‘s most-read story of the week makes it clear local fans still have a taste for the hard stuff.
Our review of German band Rammstein’s fiery, ear-splitting and generally over-the-top performance at the Alamodome was the most-read story by far. It even outstripped articles on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ controversial flights to Martha’s Vineyard, a gun-toting Texas landlord and national TV show highlighting the disappearance of San Antonio girl Lina Khil.
Read on for a full list of this week’s most-visited stories and see what you missed. (Just don’t forget your earplugs.)
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