O, what I meant with dry is the way it’s sung, not how it’s mixed. The use of reverb here is a matter of taste not quality, and I actually like the in your face dryness.
I listened again because of your question and then I realized that the whole mix is quit centered, The voice is on top of the guitars and the drums. How many guitars are there in the piece?
Maybe pan them hard left and right to create space for the vocals because they share some frequenties. The drums sit well and they will always get through because of the transients.
Making the stereofiled wider will also result in a ‘bigger’ mix offcourse.
You could also run all guitars through a groupbus and install a stereo delay.
Set feedback to 0, pan channels hard left and right full wet.
Left channel at 0.1 and right channel between 0.15 and 0.30
This way you open up the centre and the vocals can be heard better without getting to much on top.
If you want even more space then also put a HP filter on that same guitar bus and remove all the low frequenties so the basguitar can pump through. Dial in the settings while you listen to the complete mix.
If you do this be shure to check the guitars on a mono output, cause you could cancel a lot this way.