Dolores O’Riordan, lead singer of the Cranberries, died in London today at the age of 46, according to various reports, including from the BBC and the AP, citing a statement from her publicist.



O’Riordan was The Cranberries’ chief lyricist and co-songwriter, and her powerful, sometimes wailing, voice was key to the band’s distinctive sound. Her most famous “Zombie” song was recently sampled by Eminem. Rest In Peace Dolores.