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|Genre||Heavy metal, hard rock|
|Country of origin||US|
Eclipse Records is an American indie rock record label based in Butler, New Jersey. The label is best known for bringing the Cleveland band Mushroomhead to national attention. The current president of the label is Chris Poland.
Eclipse Records releases few albums compared to other labels their size. President Chris Poland states that he believes that a record company should try to work on making each album "hit material", instead of putting out as many albums as possible to gain recognition. The label has also focused efforts on using new technology such as digital distribution to increase its bands' exposure in a competitive music market. By employing cutting edge marketing & promotion techniques, having built an extensive network of industry connections in all sectors from radio, retail, and touring, to management, publishing, print, web, and television media, to the most organized street team promotion network, STREETTEAM.COM, Eclipse Records has established a highly successful track record matched only by the major labels. 
The following artists have albums released with Eclipse Records.
- A Breach of Silence
- Dead By Wednesday
- Five Foot Thick
- Our Last Enemy
- Run for Cover
- Saint Diablo
- Scum of the Earth, led by the former Rob Zombie guitarist "Riggs"
- Morley, Hugh R. (December 2, 2007). "Digital Blues: Small Labels Struggle to Survive", The Record, p. B1.
- Soeder, John (December 11, 2001). "Cleveland's Mushroomhead explodes onto the national scene with new label", The Plain Dealer, p. E1.
- Jordan, Isamu (June 6, 2003). "Five Foot Thick signs album deal", The Spokesman-Review, p. 3.
- Eclipse Records - About Us
- Reesman, Bryan (December 1, 2001). "Hard music—the Billboard spotlight: Indies vs. majors: Surviving in a nu-metal world", Billboard 113 (48): 23–5.
- Waddell, Ray (November 6, 2004). "On the Road: That Scum", Billboard 116 (45): 28.