Anarchy was an international Amiga demo group. They were originally based in England, with their first releases appearing in late 1989.
English coder Del left Mayhem for Anarchy in 1990, after guesting on the Anarchy demo Vector Bobs 90 in april. In october, the group was reinforced with Mystik (gfx), Dan (code gfx) and Kris (code) from Reaktor. Dan soon released his first production for his new group, the demo Madness. The december release Stolen Data 5 announced in its intro the joining of English musicians Nuke and Cosmos, as well as the leaving of Raistlin and Pioneer who leaves the group to concentrate on their educations.
The january 1991 diskmagazine Eurochart 8 reported that Golem and Bruno had left Gate for Anarchy, and that Reaktor left Reaktor for Anarchy. February saw the release of an invitation intro for the Anarchy Easter Conference 1991, arranged by Odeon, Mic, Teeze of the Swedish section. Gamma joined from Razor 1911 in october. The november diskmagazine R.A.W 1 reported that Mike D had joined from Sanity. The december 1991 French Section Is Now Dead was released about a week before the christmas parties, and announced that Audiomonster, BKH, Conquest, NHP, Performer, Ronan, Rookie, Surfer and Zoom had all left The Silents France and joined Anarchy.
The january 1992 production Visual Distortion welcomed Maestro as a new member of the group. In february, R.A.W 2 published an article by Judge Drokk, detailing their memberlist and organization as of the 25th of january 1992. The members listed were Rush, Icronite, Milkshake, Sunjohn, Slash, Mad Freak, Maestro, Trix in Denmark, Performer, Ronan, Audiomonster, NHP, BKH, DCA (new member), Zoom, Raspoutin, Rookie, Surfer, Conquest in France, Kreator, Dan, Nuke, Krest, Critical Mass, Mystik, Kris, Del, Mole, Mr. Big, Judge Drokk in England, Facet in Holland, Pinny in Germany and Trillion in the USA. It further reported that Anarchy kicked out their entire Swedish and Finnish sections, and clarified that the news previously published in McDisk 3 (january 1992) that Crackerjack and Fresh had joined were false. European Top 20 1 (july 1992) reported, "Xience left Rednex to join Anarchy." and that "Performer of Anarchy joined Melon Dezign." Newly joined coder and graphician Paradroid won the demo competition at the Quartz Summer Conference 1992 with Deja Vu in august.
When several of their most important members left the group to form Lemon. on february 1st, 1993, the beginning of the end had begun, and the group disbanded before the end of the year.