Comprised of 11-tracks, the emotional project announced last year was created around unfinished demos found on O’Riordan’s personal hard drive. The album’s lead single “All Over Now” was released on the first anniversary of the singer’s death. While the follow-up songs “Wake Me When It’s Over” and the title track “In the End” provide a chillingly-beautiful reminder of O’Riordan vocal styling.
Throughout the album, the band’s remaining members Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan and Fergal Lawler looked to celebrate the sound O’Riordan carved which help the outfit rise to fame in the 1990s. A final farewell to Dolores O’Riordan, the project is expected to mark the official end of The Cranberries.
Listen to The Cranberries eighth and final album In the End below.
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