Devil Doll is an Italian-Slovenian experimental rock band formed in 1987 by the mysterious "Mr. Doctor". The band has gained a cult following, taking influences from gothic rock, classical and slavonic folk music, and fronted by the sprechgesang of Mr. Doctor himself. Devil Doll albums were all released on small labels in limited quantities. The band is notable for very lengthy epics, none under 20 minutes and one that nearly enters the 80 minute mark.

According to the official fanclub, there are several unreleased Devil Doll albums, including full-length versions of the tracks from "Eliogabalus", an alternate version of "Dies Irae" that was lost in a fire at the Tuba Studio, and a 1987 LP called "Mark of the Beast". There is no way to verify this information, but it's canon nonetheless and may be of interest to the reader.

In an interview with Burrn Magazine on October 10 2008, Mr. Doctor revealed that he is still writing and recording Devil Doll music, but has no interest in releasing it.

''The Devil Chorus'' conducted by Marian Bunic
Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra

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