RIP Zombieguide

July 21, 2014  |  3 Comments  |  by Axl  |  The Cranberries

As some of you may have noticed, last week the most important international and unofficial website from the late 90’s and 2000’s about The Cranberries went definitely offline.

As announced in May by its webmaster Alex Kraus, the website was supposed to go offline early june but for some reason had an extended time until mid-July. Even if the site officially closed in the fall of 2007 it stayed online until last week, enabling fans to keep on checking old pages. Let’s thus hope everyone had enough time to save those precious pages for personal archive or later use.

Anyway now it is gone, so… rest in peace ZG and thank you Alex for all those great years.
Now it’s part of History in The Cranberries world.


The very last ZG homepage

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3 Responses to RIP Zombieguide

  1. Tipsy

    Terrible news….i hadn’t time to save the whole website…..what a shame….it has been very important for me for so many years….now all is gone. I must say that nothing has changed for The cranberries as they have smashed many times since 2003. Apparently they will probably reform in 5 years ok….but that’s very sad…i do not understand why they’ve been so dissolute….Rest in peace, and thanks Alex, you’ve been always very passionate but the result has been only that the managemet tryed to sue you.

    • Bobby

      You can always try to find the website on Archive.org, or ask around the internet if anybody has a downloaded version of the website.

  2. carambaar

    Thank You Bobby
    it works great on Archive.org for the whole site exception for the forum where you can only see the headline of each topic… but that’s already huge and great
    you taught me something rare today, I didnt know Archive.org at all and it is Goldmine.
    thanx thanx thanx

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