Gonna be honest with ya, I feel the bass louder in this mix than the last one.
The mid range is a little overpowering over the rest of the mix. On the bright side, the hi's are much smoother than before. A -4 to -6 db dip between the 350-1 k could probably give some more space for the rest of the crowd. Try around 750 maybe. A good tip is to get a spectrum analyzer on the end of your plugin chain either on the master channel or your target track (being the bass in this case) and solo it out so you can see where it's coming from.
Also, a good eq trick is to grab a paragraphic eq, create a skinny peak and boost it up 12db or whatever the max range is, look for the harshest frequency in the range you're trying to tame and then lower and broaden it as needed.
I feel the guitar a little low in it's little solo intro spot also though I'm sure mostly it's the bass eating it up.
Feedback and harmony vocals are a little high.
Try to focus on the kick/bass/snare alone first, remove snare and add the guitars and then the vocals. (add snare at the end and see how that feels)
Those are just some tips and tricks that work in many cases, hope they are of some help!