The mix is too immersed in reverb. Try shorter decay time and less wet signal especially for a fast track with very quick successions of notes otherwise it’s fuzzy and sounds flat especially after the mastering limiting because you don’t just compress short peaks, in that case, but all the dense beginning of your reverb until it goes under the treshold in the loudest parts of the track. It makes the limiter work too hard and you get flat and more or less damaged distorted sound.
I would add a bit more definition (treble) to your staccato strings to make them more open, energic and pierce more through the mix. Your toms need to sound more dynamics (volume and timbre) with more muffled tone for softer hits. At 1:38, I would add some new percussions (maybe a darker tom). It needs to be bigger there compared to the part before and evolve more with the percussive part of the track.
I’m not sure if putting that same transition effect two times in the same track make sense (1:01-1:05) and (1:35-1:37). It sounds maybe a bit lazy or uninspired? It’s really just my opinion for that last argument.
Don’t let blank silence at the beginning of the track.
You’re not far at all of what it needs to me.
I hope it helps!