Brisbane-based publication The Fallout Magazine started in 2005 as a newsletter for local bands, before expanding to an A4 magazine in late 2006.
Printed in black-and-white, The Fallout contains interviews and reviews of bands from the Australian scene and overseas, and also features segments on cult and obscure metal groups, with one disbanded cult metal group gracing each edition. The Fallout also took part in an international fanzine convention held in Germany in 2008.
- Edition #5 - late 2007
- Megadeth, Amorphis, Vanishing Point, Napalm Death, The Berzerker, LORD, Astriaal, Dred, Blood Duster, Internecine Excoriation, Slaughter Lord.
- Edition #6 - early 2008
- Iced Earth, Doomed and Disgusting, Kill for Satan, Hellhammer, Helloween, Scuurvy, Puk, The Dead, Voyager, Ne Obliviscaris, Insomnius Dei, Devolved, Anarion, Pentagram.
- Edition #7 - mid 2008
- W.A.S.P., Virgin Black, Hammerfall, Psycroptic, In Flames, Limb From Limb, Andrew Haug, Jack Sim, The Cunt Offensive, Diva Destruction, Rookwood, Iron Lightning.
- Edition #8 - late 2008
- The Amenta, Paul Bostaph, Riotor, Ilium, 1989, DragonForce, Frankenbok, Brisbane Heavy Metal - the Early Days, Shackles, Darker Half, Taberah.
- Edition #9 - early 2009
- Candlemass, Alarum, 'Neath, Oracle of the Void, Death Angel, Armored Saint, Black Steel, Defamer, Supremacy, Black Orchid, Edguy, Graveyard Rodeo, Armoured Angel, Acacia, Dethballet, Autoeroticasphyxium, Eoudoxis, Australian Metal Awards
- Edition #10 - mid 2009
- Mournful Congregation, Paul Di'anno, Clutch, Dark Order, Nazxul, Empires of Eden, Holy Moses, Glenn Dyson, Dreadnaught, Octanic, Gorlock, Platinum Brunette, Solais, Shellfin, Hatchet Dawn, Pegazus, Kratornis, Todd Jason Cook, South African Metal, Taramis