To be honest I don't remember clearly your previous amvs but I think you're on a good way to improve. Because to me you already got the main ideas about following a rythm, I mean your scene selection was good and all in all the raise in power was there, not perfect but there. Well when the guy totally screams you sometimes looses it and put some too long scenes or too fix (1:26 wtf?) and the very end was too rough, although the song was back to a calm melody.
But yeah what you should focus on now is the cleanliness, indeed you have some interesting transitions and you do quite a lot of cam' moves but, they can be really smoother, you should add some radial blurs for example, maybe some shakes when the move is strong. Be careful also not to use too much fades to black, I've noticed you used them quite a lot and it's not a good idea because whether it may look good, when you just abuse of it, it makes the editing look really cheap. Oh yeah about the cam' moves, try not to make contrary movements, like a dezoom then a zoom right away, it's not good looking, try to keep one direction on one scene or sequence.
And I want to tell you about your flashes too, you should make them a bit longer, it will be better.
And that's it, last but not least, you should get an eye on your fps, I mean that: the sources and the project should be at the same fps to avoid those problems of frames who looks like they're divided into halves, well anyway just make the fps the same everywhere.
So yeah, I didn't like it but it wasn't that bad, I think you can improve if you take a look at your technical mistakes and corrected them, so good luck for the next, man!