Ex-Control Denied Singer Tim Aymar Has Died At 59

It is with great sadness that the news of the passing of vocalist Tim Aymar, who was most acclaimed for his involvement with the groups Pharaoh, Helios and Control Denied, has been made known. He was 59 years of age.

The news of Tim’s passing was confirmed by Pharaoh, who wrote in a social media post: “We are very sorry to share the awful news of the passing of Pharaoh’s one and only singer, Tim AymarTim has meant so much to so many people, whose hearts are suddenly flooded with sadness but also memories of his life and music. We look forward to sharing some of our own memories when the right time has come. Until then, we are joined in sorrow and gratitude with all of Tim‘s family, friends, fans, and fellow musicians.”

As of now, the cause of Tim‘s passing has not been made public. However, just a few days before his death, Tim was posting on his Facebook page about having a stomach illness due to food poisoning.

Tim Aymar commenced his singing career in 1985 when he became a member of the music band 313. Subsequently, he proceeded to join Triple X and recorded an album with them. He is most popular for his remarkable singing in Control Denied, the band led by Chuck Schuldiner, on their only album, The Fragile Art of Existence, which was released in 1999.