|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Silence Of Another Kind||9||Audio||2006||Inside Out Music|
|8||Perception / Tea||2||Audio||2001||Mellotronen|
|14||Silence Of Another Kind||9||Audio||2006||Mellotronen|
|15||Silence Of Another Kind||9||Audio||2006||Mellotronen|
|17||Hypnotique / Tea||2||Audio||Not On Label (Paatos Self-Released)|
|19||Silence Of Another Kind||9||Audio||2006||Inside Out Music|
Paatos was formed in August 2000. Stefan Dimle, Huxflux Nettermalm, Johan Wallén and Paatos' former guitarist Reine Fiske, were engaged to play a concert with Swedish folk rock singer Turid which resulted in a great wish to continue and work towards something more permanent. Paatos was thus born, at this point only as an instrumental band. After a few gigs Paatos was joined on vocals and cello by Petronella Nettermalm.
The band's first single, Perception, was recorded in spring 2001 and was soon followed by their debut full length album Timeloss which was released in 2002 on the swedish label Stockholm Records.
Shortly after the debut release Reine Fiske left the band and was replaced by guitarist Peter Nylander. Peter and Huxflux had collaborated for some time in the late saxophonist Dave Wilczewski's band where a deep musical connection grew between them.
While on tour in Germany in summer 2003 Paatos met with Thomas Waber at Insideout Music to discuss Paatos signing on with the label which they all agreed upon. The band's second album, Kallocain, was released on Insideout in 2004 and features a collaboration with Steven Wilson of Porcupine Tree who mixed the album at Primal Studios in Stockholm. The album was recorde in Paatos' studio, The Green Genie.
After some touring around Europe, Paatos starts recording their third album, Silence of Another Kind, which was subsequently released in Spring 2006. It's worth mentioning the artwork on the album which featured artist Hans Arnold, famous in part for doing album artwork for ABBA. Silence of Another Kind was recorded in the Green Genie and mixed by Janne Hansson at Atlantis Studio in Stockholm.
While on tour around Europe in autumn 2006, Paatos records a live album, Sensors. The album comprises music recorded from three of the venues on that tour; Paris, Zoetermeer, and Karlsruhe. The album was released on the Mellotronen label in 2007 exclusively on vinyl and shortly after on CD in Japan and the rest of the planet.
After some turmoil and a long break Stefan Dimle and Johan Wallén leave the band in 2008. Petronella, Peter, and Huxflux then embark on creating the band's fifth album. Bassist Ulf "Rockis" Ivarsson lays down bass tracks and joins the band. Paatos is now a quartet.