Septicemia was a death metal band from Greece. They formed in 1989, put out a demo and an EP, then they split up. I only managed to find their EP Sabbath Conventions.
The production is decent. Nothing sounds muffled and there are a couple occasions where the bass comes in nice and clear. Unfortunately, the music is just plain boring. All of the song structures sound like they were just copied from Slayer and Morbid Angel. Drummer Kostas Savvidis spends most of his time playing mid-paced death/thrash rhythms. The performance is nice, but it offers nothing in the way of variety. Same goes for the blast beats that occasionally pop up. They're unoriginal and have no impact at all. Kostas also handles vocal duties. They consist of your standard black metal rasp. Not much else to say about them.
The bass is played by Thanos Mitropoulos. He spends most of his time following the guitars. There are moments when his performance shows up, but they do nothing to hold my attention. The guitars are played by Sotiris Savvidis. I think he's Kostas's brother. He spends most of the album playing stale death/thrash riffs. He's a great guitarist, but he doesn't play any original riffs. The mid-paced power chords sound dull and the shredding riffs just sound like a yawn-inducing grumble. Altars of Madness, this is not.
The EP's worst sin is that it goes on for way too long. It lasts for half an hour, and all it offers us is a bunch of boring death/thrash. The only good part is the guitar solos. They remind me of Rick Rozz. Other than that, Sabbath Conventions isn't worth your time.