Vic Mensa’s rock band pays tribute to The Cranberries’ politically-charged 1994 hit and celebrates the single's one billionth view on YouTube.
A furious anti-terrorism lament, ‘Zombie’ found the The Cranberries unleashing “the most aggressive song we’d written”.
It's the first music video by an Irish band to reach such a significant milestone on YouTube.
Dolores O’Riordan had the perfect voice for her job. As lead singer with The Cranberries this Celtic force of nature propelled her band to the top from the get-go.
As lead singer of The Cranberries, Dolores O’Riordan brought a unique, inimitable voice to rock music, and left a lasting artistic legacy.
The acclaimed Irish band's catalogue-spanning video restoration campaign launches this Thursday, 3 October.
The best Cranberries songs are a tribute to the distinctive legacy that the band and their late frontwoman, Dolores O’Riordan, created across three decades.
Guitarist Noel Hogan said "we knew this had to be one of the, if not the, best Cranberries album that we could possibly do."
'All Over Now' is to be released on 15 January to mark the first anniversary of Dolores O'Riordan's death.
Guitarist and Cranberries co-founder Noel Hogan talks about meeting Dolores O’Riordan, conquering the US, and songs that have “stood the test of time”.
The track is taken from the forthcoming expanded 25th anniversary of the band's 1993 debut 'Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We?'
Originally released on 12 March 1993, the album hit the No.1 spot in both the UK and Ireland and sold over 6 million copies worldwide.
The remaining members of The Cranberries have announced they will complete the final album they had been recording before Dolores O'Riordan died
The Cranberries vocalist Dolores O’Riordan has died suddenly aged 46 in London, reputedly during new recording sessions with her band