Eulogy Recordings has announced the signing of THE MONGOLOIDS. The re-release of the band's debut full-length, "Time Trials", is slated for July and will include two brand new tracks, enhanced footage from the group's set at This is Hardcore Fest 2007, as well as new packaging.

According to a press release, "the birth of THE MONGOLOIDS was instigated in 2005 out of a handful of friends from Edison, NJ. An ill intent of combining classic New Jersey straight-edge hardcore and their own brand of amusing flavor caused frenzy among friends and foe alike, quickly establishing THE MONGOLOIDS' trademark. With the buzz in the air, they beat the street and have been touring the country with no signs of slowing down ever since. An engaging live show like no other, a work ethic that is constantly tested, and their musical formula have verified the reality of THE MONGOLOIDS for years to come."

Be sure to check THE MONGOLOIDS out on day two of the Eulogy Fest, which is set to take place March 15-16 in Miami, Florida.

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