Irish rock group The Cranberries has decided to complete work on a new album, despite the death of the soloist, Dolores O’riordan. In addition, Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan and feral Lawler will be preparing a special re-release of debut album Everybody Else is doing it, so why can’t we in honor of its 25th anniversary. About the same time the group announced on his page in Facebook.
“We can confirm that last summer the group worked with Universal Music on the creation of special editions to mark the 25th anniversary of the album version with a remaster and not previously published our material, as well as the bonus materials of the debut album… We decided that, since it began as a group even with Dolores, we should move forward, complete the project and release an anniversary edition of the album later this year”, – stated in the message group. The musicians also noted that initially planned to release the CD this month and release coincided with the 25th anniversary, but due to the death of the soloist for the period of suspended work.
In addition, the remaining members of The Cranberries decided to release a completely new album, the launch of which was announced earlier. According to them, O’riordan had written the necessary vocals. “All goes well, we hope to complete this new album and release it early next year”, – said the musicians.
Recall that Dolores O’riordan was found dead on the morning of 15 January this year in the London room of the hotel. The singer arrived in London to participate in the recording of a cover of the hit, The Cranberries â€“ Zombie with the American metal band Bad Wolves, but died not installed yet because. Police said he did not consider the circumstances of her death suspicious. The singer left three children.