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X Japan Bassist HEATH Passes Away at 55 Due to Cancer


In a tragic turn of events, X Japan's bassist, HEATH, has passed away at the age of 55 due to cancer. The news of his sudden demise has shocked everyone in the music world.


HEATH's passing was revealed through an interview on a magazine, and it was described as an incredibly sudden and unexpected event. He had been battling health issues for some time, but the severity of his condition took everyone by surprise.


YOSHIKI, the leader of X Japan, made an urgent return to Japan upon hearing the news. He canceled all his scheduled appearances, including an "honorary award ceremony" in the United States, to rush back to his home country. YOSHIKI expressed his grief on social media, sharing a photo of himself in mourning attire and explaining that he had to come back to Japan due to a family tragedy.


YOSHIKI's immediate destination upon returning to Japan was a facility in Tokyo's Shinjuku district, where he had a silent and emotional reunion with HEATH. According to a close acquaintance of HEATH, his health had been deteriorating throughout the year. When he sought medical attention, he received the devastating diagnosis of cancer. Unfortunately, the cancer had progressed rapidly, and by late October, only a few weeks after the diagnosis, HEATH passed away. The shocking speed of his illness left no time for him to inform his bandmates about his condition or his battle against the disease.


Despite various issues and conflicts that had kept X Japan from performing together since 2018, HEATH had held onto hope for a reunion and had wanted to be a part of it. "HEATH was the one who had been hoping for a return to the stage until the very end," revealed a friend of his.


HEATH's sudden passing has left the world of music mourning the loss of a talented and dedicated bassist. Fans and fellow musicians alike are coming together to remember his contributions and pay their respects to a beloved member of X Japan. 

(via Yahoo! Japan)

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