Eulogy Recordings was founded in 1997 by John Wylie in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Eulogy is a record label known for its diversity of bands and its strong roster of groups. Eulogy released its first record from Bird of Ill Omen in 1997, their Demo record. Soon after, Eulogy also released the first full length from New Found Glory, Nothing Gold Can Stay, who later signed to Drive Thru Records. In 1999 after doing design work for John, Ian Rowan joined John Wylie as co-owner of the company. In 2001, Massachusetts metal core band Unearth released the album The Stings of Conscience with Eulogy and continued to work with Eulogy for the next couple of years. Evergreen Terrace, Jacksonville melodic hardcore band, signed to Eulogy in 2002 and released their second studio-album Burned Alive by Time that fall. American hardcore punk band, The Warriors, followed their debut 7" release with a full-length album titled War Is Hell, through Eulogy Recordings in 2003. Another of Eulogy’s highlight releases was the Summers Kiss EP by Dashboard Confessional, widely popular South Florida based group that went on to put out an impressively popular discography. In 2006 Eulogy re-released Set Your Goals’s first EP and release their debut full length "Mutiny". Some other fan favorites produced by Eulogy include I Killed the Prom Queen (Australian metalcore), Walls of Jericho, Bury Your Dead, and The Mongoloids. Eulogy moved offices on 2014 to Lakeworth, Florida, and the label is prepared for a strong year in 2014.