Tim Aymar

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Tim Aymar
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Tim Aymar
Background information
Birth nameTimothy L. Aymar
Born (1963-09-04) September 4, 1963 (age 56)
OriginPittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Occupation(s)Vocalist, voice instructor, recording engineer, music producer
Years active1989-present
  • Cruz Del Sur Music
  • Nuclear Blast
  • Relapse
Associated acts

Timothy L. Aymar is an American heavy metal singer/songwriter who resides in Florida. He is best known for singing with Philadelphia based progressive metal band Pharaoh[1] as well as his work with Chuck Schuldiner in Control Denied.


His band Triple-X won the In Pittsburgh Music Awards for Best Metal Band in 1991, and was the first regional band to be awarded a national sponsorship, which was from Anheuser-Busch/Budweiser Anheuser-Busch. Tim was also voted 'Vocalist Of The Year' in readers polls of many of the Pittsburgh Tri-State Area's rock and entertainment publications.


With 313[edit]

  • Three Thiteen Album demos 1985 & 1987 (Both Full-Length)

With Triple X[edit]

  • Bang (Full-Length, 1991)

With Control Denied[edit]

With Psycho Scream[edit]

  • Spring '94 Limited Edition (Demo, 1994)
  • Virtual Insanity (Full-Length 1994)
  • Demo 1996 (Demo, 1996)

With Pharaoh[edit]

With Vicious Cycle[edit]

With Advent of Bedlam[edit]

  • Flesh over God (Full-Length, 2012)

With Xthirt13n[edit]

  • A Taste of the Light (Full-Length, 2014)


  1. ^ "Overview: Pharaoh". Allmusic. Retrieved 16 March 2010.

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