Unfortunately, The Cranberries are no longer a group due to the sudden and unexpected death of their lead singer.
Dolores Mary O'Riordan Burton
(Vocals, Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Keyboards)
Born 06 September 1971
Died 15 January 2018
The cause of death was listed as "accidental drowning" due to too much alcohol. She drowned at a hotel she was staying in at the age of 46. When she drowned the coroner noted she had four times the blood alcohol legal driving limit in her system. The hotel was the Hilton on Park Lane in Mayfair, UK. Dolores had consumed enough alcohol to cause alcohol intoxication, wherein she sank under the water in her bathtub and drowned.
Albums released since Daz Edy's node include:
- Wake Up and Smell the Coffee (2001)
- Roses (2012)
- Something Else (2017)
Their first album, Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? was remastered and re-released with bonus tracks in 2018. The Cranberries last album, which Dolores was working on, was released on BMG Records 26 April 2019, titled "In The End". The name of the band was retired after its release.