There should be two albums featuring the late Dolores O'Riordan in the coming months.
First and foremost is her final album with The Cranberries, for which she'd done vocals prior to her death on January 15th. O'Riordan drowned accidentally in the bath, with high levels of alcohol in her blood, according to inquest results. The Guardian, which interviewed the three other members, reports that the band is "piecing together" the record. There's no release date for it yet.
The Guardian also reveals that an album by her side project D.A.R.K., which also included former Smiths bassist Andy O'Rourke, was in the mixing stages at the time of her death. It can be assumed that this recording will eventually see the light of day, as well.