Heath is a self-titled solo project from X JAPAN's bassist, Morie Hiroshi [aka "Heath"], a Japanese artist born January 22, 1968, in Amagasaki, Japan. When Heath was a member of X JAPAN he released two solo albums: "Heath" (1995) and "Meikyu No Lovers" (1996). Аfter the disbanding of X JAPAN he presented the third album "Gang Age Cubist" (1998), and the singles "Crack Yourself", "Treasure Land " and "Traitor". In the year 2000, Heath for a short time stoped his solo activity and together with Pata organized band called Dope HEADz which released two albums: "Primitive Impulse " (2001) and "Planet of the Dope" (2002). February, 2003 activity of Dope HEADz was "frozen", but rumors suggest that they were disbanded because of some differences in between the members. In December, 2003 Heath organized one more project under the name RATS, however, it has existed only till August, 2004 and, also as well as Dope HEADz, has been "frozen" for uncertain term. During the same year, he would form a new band, Lynx, with vocalist Issay [Der Zibet]. Aside from playing lives restricted to their native Japan, they have released nothing under that name. Over the course of 2005, Heath restarted solo activities, releasing three new singles- "New Skin", "Come To Daddy" and "The Live". July 2006 saw the release of his second solo album, "Desert Rain", followed closely by the August single, "Solid". The last of Heath's solo work would be "Sweet Blood", a single distributed at his fan club event in 2009. At present, Heath participates in X Japan since their 2007 reunion.