Attach a bit crusher, and maybe a distortion effect, to this! Leave the bit crusher's jitter alone & raise its depth all the way. It gives a metallic glitch sound. Adjusting the mixing board's h/m/l levels is necessary to get the exact desired sound. Also, for some reason, raising the mixing board's delay & reverb to 9 o'clock makes it really pop.
Courtesy of 99sounds.org - free high quality sample providers - I mapped out this super kit on the pcmsynth; the first octave are some choice kicks. I didn't do any panning or waveform editing, because that's all your preference. These samples are free to use for commercial, and non-commercial purposes, and there are plenty more at 99 sounds.org