2011 has been a year full of surprises in every way and in all areas of life. But in music, and reaching the end of the year being the most successful in regard to the comeback of several legendary groups 90 and early 2000. This is the case of The Cranberries returning as a group after 10 years of silence.
Dolores O'Riordan, Noel Hogan, Mike Hogan and Fergal Lawler, the band The Cranberries, returns to the music today announcing his return in 2012 with new and highly anticipated album "Roses". A full-blown return carry unpublished as a studio album since the 2001 released "Wake Up And Smell The Coffee".
"Roses" is the sixth album by Irish band. The official release has been confirmed for February 14, 2012, good time for those wishing to give good music and share it, in a legal manner. The band has announced that this album will have a touch of "musical retrospective of their early sound" as it was their first album.
Although it seems that is new material, at least to our ears, the band was recording new songs until 2003, which decided to withdraw indefinitely. The singer and guitarist, during this time, have published albums without getting the same success they had with the band.
The album comprises 11 songs and some other bonus track to the country where it edit, as has been explained to the members of the band.
The first single "Tomorrow" was released on November 18 with good reviews and with the full support of all fans who want to enjoy again the sound of the Irish band.
As reported in its website, the return of her comeback will be in Australia in March where they already have several scheduled concerts.
For now we are left with their first single "Tomorrow", live in one of his concerts held in 2011 with rumors of his return on everyone's lips.