The Cranberries' eighth and final studio album, In the End, dropped Friday, paying tribute to their late, great lead singer Dolores O'Riordan one year after her death. “When we realized how strong the songs were, that was the deciding factor really," lead guitarist Noel Hogan tells Reuters about why they decided to makeIn the Endtheir farewell LP. "There was no point...trying to ruin the legacy of the band." He added, “It was obvious that Dolores wanted this album done, because when you hear the album, you hear the songs and how strong they are, and she was very, very excited to get in and record this.” The band began work onIn the Endin 2017; O'Riordan laid down her vocal tracks before dying in January 2018 at the age of 46 when she drowned in a bathtub due to alcohol intoxication.
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