Rolling Stone magazine website posted today an exclusive stream of the full studio version of “Tomorrow”. Read More
Halloween is just around the corner and it looks like Zombies are crawling back from the grave! We have found today a slightly rougher studio version of The Cranberries 1994 hit, “Zombie”, which seems to have been forgotten by most of us. Read More
In a tweet message today, Noel Hogan confirmed that “Tomorrow” will be the first official single from the Roses album and that “Show Me The Way” is only a free-download track. Some media falsely reported yesterday that SMTW was the first single of the upcoming album. Thanks to Dolitsa for asking Noel. Read More
What looks like another technical error on TheCranberriesTV YouTube channel possibly got “Show Me The Way” leaked. Late Monday night, subscribers to the YouTube channel received (yet) another notice for the upload of the “Show Me The Way” video online. Read More
Noel Hogan revealed the first two new Mono Band track titles – “Your Broken State” and “Waking Up All Over” – on Twitter today. As reported on Friday, The Cranberries’ guitarist started recording vocals with singer Fin Chambers for the second album of his side project.
Source: Noel Hogan’s Twitter (noelhogan2)
Noel Hogan posted a first picture of the Mono Band recording session via his Twitter account today. It looks like the guest vocalist is none other than Fin Chambers, who was featured on “Release”, from Mono Band’s first album, and the free-download track “She’s so Blue”.
Hogan added another picture later today and confirmed that Chambers was recording 3 songs for the album. Read More