I'm not sure what program you're using so I can only give you general advice. It's your choice to take it as helpful or unnecessary but understand I'm just trying to help you out a bit.
You can add some umpf to this track with some harder drums. This technique will take a little while to perfect, but you can get a wider sound by layering your drum kit with more pieces. Take the snare for example. It's all high end. find another snare sound that has some good mid and lo frequencies and layer them under what you currently have. Then you should find some clever sounds that will give character to the snare. You can do the same thing for all your other kit pieces. This technique will allow you to have your drums attacking the entire sound spectrum and not just one area of it. Once you have a few sounds you like, learn to use an equalizer and a compressor to boost/ cut specific sounds. The rhythms themselves sound fine and dandy so great job with that.
Layering can be a tricky bitch when your first trying to get it so I'll leave my review at that. Try it out. It's really fun when you nail a nice powerful "full" sounding drum kit.