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This article is about the album. For the video game, see Sacrilegium (video game).
Studio album by Devil Doll
Released May 1992
Recorded December 1991 at Tivoli Studios in Ljubljana, Slovenia
Genre Progressive rock
Experimental rock
Art rock
Length 49:16
Label Hurdy Gurdy Records
Producer Mr. Doctor, Jurij Toni and Roberto Dani
Devil Doll chronology
The Sacrilege of Fatal Arms

Sacrilegium is the third album by the rock band Devil Doll, released on May 1992 on Hurdy Gurdy Records. A concept created by Mr. Doctor, Sacrilegium is the first album by Devil Doll recorded as a single lineup, located in Ljubljana.

Track listing[edit]

Lyrics and music by Mr. Doctor, musical contribution by Francesco Carta and Michel Fantini Jesurum, arranged by Devil Doll.

  1. "Sacrilegium" - 49:16

"Sacrilegium" ends at 43:30 followed by silence until 47:38 at which point a hidden track entitled "The Funeral" begins. It is an audio sample of a priest reading a eulogy and subsequent sounds of someone shoveling dirt into a grave. After this fades, Mr. Doctor's voice can be heard playing in reverse. He speaks for about 20 seconds and the track comes to an end.

When reversed, the words Mr. Doctor appears to be saying are Even angels cry if a heron refuses to fly and prefer to creep among worms.

A part played with the accordion (starting approx. 13:51) is actually a traditional Slovenian song "Vsi so venci bejli".


Line up[edit]


  • Paolo Zizich - backing vocals and duet "Talk talk" with Mr. Doctor
  • Mattej Kovacic - accordion
  • The "Devil Chorus" conducted by Marian Bunic and formed by:
    • Marian Bunic
    • Polona Sever
    • Beti Strencan
    • Breda Bunic
    • Gregor Oblak
    • Jure Strencan
    • Boris Kurent
    • Mojca Sojer