DOLORES O'Riordan and The Cranberries were working on a working on a new album in the months before her sudden death this week, it has emerged.
O'Riordan, 46, was found dead in London's Hilton Park Lane Hotel on Monday (15 January) morning by cleaning staff.
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"The London Ambulance Service was contacted and verified her death at the scene".
According to the BBC, the inquest has been adjourned until April 3.
Father James Walton, parish priest of Ballybricken & Bohermore, Co Limerick, in the Archdiocese of Cashel & Emly, confirmed the funeral would take place the next day, Tuesday, January 23rd followed by private family burial.
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The New York-based singer had travelled to London to record a new version of her track Zombie with rock group Bad Wolves. Dolores visited the World Cafe in the summer of 2007, just after releasing her first solo album that May.
"Subsequently the Met Police attended and they determined the death to be non-suspicious".
"The people who queued to sign the book of condolence - some of them standing in the rain - it has meant a huge amount to us and has been a great source of comfort", Eileen and her family said. So, on Friday (Jan. 19), the group released their cover - which adds a growly Disturbed/Bush vibe to the already serious track about the deadly Irish fight for independence - and said they plan to donate all proceeds to O'Riordan's three children.
"Zombie is an incredibly personal song and although we are a hard rock band, we always felt the rawness and honesty she projected on stage and in her recordings was something to which all bands should aspire to, regardless of genre".
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He also talked about the band's decision to go forward with the song's release: 'It's such a powerful song and the themes are still so relevant, we wanted to release it in her memory'.
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