Oxyron are a German-based, originally c64 demo group, formed in december of 1991 by Yazoo, Ego, TTS, Sodan, Graham (ex Mad), Amarok, Dave, Axis, Slide and Sony - all former members of Gloom. Yazoo was elected leader. Their birth was announced in their first demo, Coma Light, shortly after the group was formed. Yazoo's mag Pravda 9 (which was known as Monthly News under Gloom) was also released on the same date.
After two months of solid work, the group made the long travel to the Light and Phenomena Easter Party 1992 in Sweden to release the 16-part demo Coma Light 4 for the competition where it finished 4th. TTS also brought the first issue of his own mag, Scene Observer 1 with him to release at the party. In may (or very early june) danes Kirk (gfx) and Caprix (code) joined from Topaz. An internal meeting for the group was held near Flensburg in early june, where the group worked on their upcoming big demo (to become Coma Light 5) as well as releasing the demo Fantasia made up of parts that got left over from the preparation of that demo. In december German musician Pri joined The Imperium Arts as his second group.
June 1993 brought Vandalism News 10 by Bodycount, which featured a total redesign by Oxyron member RRR. TTS lost interest in Scene Observer, and announced around june that the mag was now a dead project. Amarok ended his double membership in august, to be in Topaz only.
Musician and Addybook-editor Peace left the group for Noice in september 1994. Oxyron made their first Amiga released with the demo Killing Time at The Party 1994 in december.
German coder and musician Fuben joined from Chromance late 1995, likely around september-november. Two c64 demos were prepared for The Party 1995 at the end of december, Graham's Dawnfall (which came in 2nd) and a four-year anniversary celebration demo, which unfortunately was not ready in time for the competition deadline.
In april of 1996, the group traveled to Symposium 1996 where they finally released their delayed Four Years Oxyron - originally to have been a collaborative effort, but now purely Fuben's work - which earned them 3rd place in the competition. The group's second demo of the year, Fuben's ReLIGHTening, was supposed to be released just before the Assembly 1996 in august, but was delayed until september.
At The Party 1997 in december, Graham and Fanta (with the help of Deekay/Crest) released the demo One-Der to a 2nd place position in the competition. The demo was a big comeback for a group that was considered inactive for a large part of the preceding year.
At Mekka & Symposium 1998 in april, the demo Krestyron appeard, in cooperation with Crest - featuring a comeback from Axis who had not been active for some time. It ended up third in the competition.
Graham was heavily involved with the release of Crest's Mekka Symposium 2000 winner demo, "Deus Ex Machina" [04/00].
Attitude 7 was released in mid january of 2004.
On march 6th, 2013 csdb listed Axis, Bitbreaker, Fanta, Geir Tjelta, Graham, Jeroen Tel, Peiselulli, The Human Code Machine and Yazoo as active members.