Breaking The Chains - The Project
‘Breaking The Chains’ is a rock music project created to raise awareness for Child Abuse and support the great work of Bikers Against Child Abuse (B.A.C.A.).
By bringing some of the biggest and best rock musicians of The Netherlands together to make an album we want to show the world that we stand united and strong against any form of child abuse.
We’re reaching out to the millions of fans of blues, rock, hard rock and metal and hope that the word will spread fast and wide all over the globe.
The music we make is the sound track of the great work done by B.A.C.A. and together we rid the stigma of scary bikers and brutal rockers being everything but caring people with loads of empathy and big hearts.
Together we’re the strong force that reaches down to lend a helping hand to the weak and broken.
We’re lending our voices to those who dare not speak up.
‘Breaking The Chains’ is a 100% non-profit project.
This means that absolutely everyone involved in this project is doing it completely for free, out of their good heart.
Any costs made during the production will be paid for by sponsors, partners and donators.
All income will go directly to B.A.C.A. (which also is a non-profit organisation) to help them in their mission to protect, help and enforce the wounded and broken.
All music is original and written for this project with the B.A.C.A. mission in mind.
The album will be officially released in 2018 and available on CD and as a digital download.
There will be a crowd funding held prior to release including some very special perks donated by the musicians and partners involved in this project.
Stay tuned for more information.
Breaking the Chains comes from the B.A.C.A.-slogan ‘Breaking the Chains of Abuse©’. Breaking the destructive and repetitive patterns abused children often bring with them into adulthood is an important part of B.A.C.A.’s work.
Part of the Dutch B.A.C.A. division proudly holding up a Breaking The Chains shirt.
Thank you for your work and support!
Together, we can Break the Chains!
In February 2017, Breaking the Chains became a registered foundation in order to work on this project on a professional level. With an active board of professionals, Breaking the Chains work 100% idealistic. All funds raised by this project are fully on behalf of the Dutch division of B.A.C.A., and everyone involved in this project does their work entirely voluntarily.