After disbanding in 1992, Frost reunited last year to record the solid new Monotheist, a burpy, midtempo sludgefest with a second half that incorporates a string section ("Winter") and Interpol-style goth ("Obscured"). It's not exactly a return to form, but that's only because frontman Tom G. Warrior and his players didn't have a real form to return to. After thrashy early efforts, Frost led the charge into symphonic metal, beginning with 1985's To Mega Therion. S.O.D. famously lampoons the group in "Celtic Frosted Flakes," which isn't quite as funny as the video for Cold Lake's "Cherry Orchards," a grainy clip that captures the crew dancing in teased hair and ripped jeans. If you're on the fence about attending the show, check out the clip on YouTube after.