The controller is your friend not your boss. One word NEGATIVE.
This is a very sad story and it may mirror Pia Bergqvist's article on recent TAA stats.
I listened to the ATC recording and although it sounds like the controller might have gotten everyone confused, executing a short approach or electing to go-around shouldn't be cause for loss of control unless you're already overwhelmed.
On the other hand, this could have happened in any aircraft if the pilot got flustered. We just don't know enough about the pilot or actual situation yet. Hopefully the investigators will help piece it together.
I am simply pointing out that Pia's article mentions "...newer glass cockpit airplanes had “demonstrably higher rates of accidents during takeoffs, landings and go-arounds,” according to the study."