an incidental or unexpected effect, especially one which is undesirable, consequent to an event or process; ; -- usually used only in the singular; as, the fallout from the disclosure of the Lewinsky tapes made trouble for the President for months after the event; fallout from the stock market crash caused property prices to decline in the New York area.
Fallout was a Heavy Metal band formed in 1979 based out of Brooklyn, New York, USA. The band contained future Type O Negative members Peter Steele (then billed under his real name Peter Ratajczyk) on bass and vocals and Josh Silver on keyboards, as well as John Campos on guitars and Agnostic Front drummer Louie Beateaux (then billed as Lou Beato) on drums. Fallout released only one record before the bandâ€™s demise in 1982, the â€˜Rock Hardâ€™ 7â€™â€™ single, released in 1981 on Silver records and limited to 500 copies.
Fallout was the debut album released by The Mayfield Four, an American rock band. The album spawned two singles: "Don't Walk Away" and "Always".