u should put the drums in mono, the snares/kicks/lower frequency stuff. the hats/cymbals you can keep stereo or go mono depending on preference but the lower frequency drums you should mono. i like the high-passed cymbals/break u used but IMO you should bring up the volume on that just a little bit.
0:11-0:20 sounds really flat, i get what you were trying to do though. i'd recommend lowering the velocity or using different kicks/snares during that part, snares that sound like they're hit with brushes or use ghost snares or just quiter snares with less of a tail/release on them, u prob catch my drift.
0:22-1:03 i can really tell the snares sound layered. either you shoud line up the waveforms of the snares u layer a little better and/or compress them together. if u did that then maybe it's just the snares being in stereo tricking my ears, making it sound like the snares' waveforms are lined up well. after 1:03 when the drop hits and a saw-based lead starts it isn't as noticecable.
good creativity tho man, it keeps my attention, keep it up and just work on the mixdown a little more regarding subtractive EQ'ing. you're doing good tho =)