I'm pretty much with ARTFX on this one. You should process each band individually. If your using Ableton, I suggest you group your synth to an instrument rack and duplicate the chains either 1 or 2 times. Then use an EQ-3 to let only the desired frequencies pass and shape them to your liking afterwards. The mid-band is actually the most important. So make sure you do some EQ work on it and distort in in different ways.The Camel Phat VST is your friend here. For the bass band there's not much to it: just a compressor and maybe a hint of distortion (distortion, when you use just a sine wave, which you should consider, to add a little more harmonics). The Noise you have in there is a nice touch, but not dirty enough in my opinion. Chop it up with the step sequencer (if you're using massive) or something. Also I don't know what's your unison setting, but I get best results for bass wobbles at extreme settings like 10!
Hope this might help experimenting. In the end you gotta find out yourself what to do to achieve the sound you are looking for.