One of the greatest Irish alt. rock bands of all-time is making a comeback.
According to the NME, the Cranberries have announced that they will reunite for a US tour starting in November. The band has plans to perform their old hits, as well as new tracks from lead singer Dolores O'Riordan's new solo album "No Baggage."
"Over the last few years, each member of the band has had time to work on different projects and learn so much from their experience," said guitarist and co-songwriter Noel Hogan. "Now the time is right for The Cranberries to bring all of this together and move forward."
Tour dates will be announced within a few weeks. Until then, celebrate with some "Zombie."