The Cranberries have revealed Dolores O'Riordan recorded some killer vocals for an upcoming album, before she passed away earlier this year - and so the band will release one final album using her recordings, before they part ways for good.
The band's guitarist Noel Hogan told The Guardian: "Dolores had an awful lot going on and she was on a roll of being able to write. Lyrically, the new album is very strong."
“She always said she found it hard to write songs when she was happy. She always said, put a bit of misery in her life and it was easier. We will do this album and then that will be it. There is no need to continue."
Earlier this month it was tragically revaled the talented Irish woman died by "drowning due to alcohol intoxication."
Dolores performed as The Cranberries lead singer since 1990, one year after their inception in Limerick, Ireland.
We'll keep you posted on further album details.