Dyoxen produced a number of the hardest striking noises to emanate from Canada within the past due-1980s. Created by vocalist, guitarist and songwriter, Michael Scott Sanders, soon after his departure from cover music group KAOS in 1989, the Toronto-based group released one angst-driven recording, First Among Equals and installed two Canadian trips, as opening take action for Anniliator, Anvil D.R.We., Zoetrope, Razor and Sacrifice, just before burning away in past due-1991. Initially an electrical trio, offering Sanders, drummer/vocalist Derek Kerr and bassist Steve Sinclair, Dyoxen drawn worldwide interest with two self-produced demonstration tapes, Apocalyptic Dreams along with a Foot FROM YOUR Edge. Immediately after changing Sinclair with guitarist Alistair Hay and bassist Andy Morton, the group authorized with Gabby Svoboda’s Cargo Information label. Using the departure of Hay and Morton, after focus on First Among Equals was finished, their put in place the music group was assumed by guitarist Brett Stacey as well as the coming back Sinclair. The group’s greatest days had been over, nevertheless. Dropped by Cargo for “poor record product sales,” they disbanded. Sanders, whose dad sang and performed piano, in the 1950s and ‘60s, for the Printer ink Places, Cab Calloway, Johnny Mercer, Duke Ellington, Chuck Berry, Count number Basie, Chubby Checker and Frankie Lymon, continued to form a fresh metallic/funk/percussive group, One Tribe.