Sounds pretty good. I'm not sure if you were looking for feedback, but I had some thoughts. This is just my opinion, of course, and reflects what I would do if it were my mix:
1) When the entire band (using the term loosely) kicks in at ~0:12, I'd like to hear a bit more impact, maybe by turning the intro section down a bit and possibly by bringing the bass up a bit for the rest of the song (it doesn't seem to be as loud as the reference song with a similar vibe and intro idea that I listened to). I would try to turn down the overall volume slightly on the intro section, and use an EQ to filter out some lows on it, so that when it gets really rockin', it punches you right in the chest.
2) To me, the snare sounds too much like a click that sits too loudly on top of everything else. I would either try to alter the compression on the snare mics so that initial loudness of the attack is shaved off a bit more, or to give it some more body with parallel compression. I might also want to EQ it a bit to give it a bit more emphasis on the highs, possibly.
3) I don't think the break at ~0:38 with the fading guitar works very well. Instead, I'd keep the volume still but use the EQ to scoop some frequencies at that particular moment, so that when the entire band kicks band it, you get that impact.
4) I'd turn the lead guitar at 1:16 up a bit. It's a nice change, and I'd like to hear it a bit clearer.
5) Right before the drums come back in in full at ~4:04, I'd possibly mute the entire mix for just a brief moment, again, for impact. That, or turn down the section before it in a similar way to what I suggested for the intro.