very progressive and professional-sounding. unique transitions and variation, too. you should really continue working on this and make it into a full-length track of 6 minutes or more.
the first 20 or so seconds are calming and suspenseful. nice reverse crash leading into your drum section for the introduction. it would've been better if there was some melody present; could really work at that point. don't really like your hat placement for the beat. if you started with those smaller tight hats, then layered on the slightly longer ones, it could sound a lot better.
your intro generally needs a lot more "noticeable effects". that being minimal percussion, some string melodies, anything that stands out more. i'm sure you have a lot going on, but it's more pleasant to the ears to hear something that stands out.
the bass could use a lot more overdrive and maybe some chorus filtering. i think some high pass automation would work on it before your drop, too. you should also consider taking out that organ-like melody at 1:53 (doesn't entirely fit regardless of it providing a small drop afterwards). you need some different snares or snare accents with some reverb
just my opinion on some stuff that would work. nice work in progresse, dude :)
you've been practacing.
i can tell. i notice some new techniques and an influx of skill. your ideas are getting better too. and it sounds good for a WiP