Previously signed to a small label (Maire Music & Media) in northern Germany, wooDLawn and their former label parted ways in 2001. In the spring of 2003, wooDLawn independently released an EP of four songs to whet the appetite of fans of the Dark Scene with their ever-evolving sound. The ctically acclaimed EP, "Sunlight" highlighted one song from their next longplay CD, "Sliver" and as a bonus had three songs that are only available on the EP.
The band completed production of their second full length CD, "Sliver," in 2005 and released it at the beginning of 2006. The CD can be found in on-line shops.
wooDLawn is unique in the Gothic scene, and find themselves paving the way for a new Genre, Nu Gothic. All at once they're electronic, heavy, groovy, melodic, melancholy, and twisted. The songs drive and make you want to dance, sway, and trace, but are at the same time are melodic and memorable. These qualities have helped them to play as support for some of Germany's biggest Goth/Heavy acts like Tanzwud, Subway to Sally, Megaherz, and Die Happy and even for Americans The Crux Shadows. wooDLawn has played throughout Europe extensively (including Wave-Gothic Treff and CastleRock Muehlheim).