I'm not some savant when it comes to logos but I am a designer and it seems that some of the elements your are trying to accentuate are missing the point. Let me explain in a list:this is trying to hard.
remade the logo what you guys think?
1. First lets take a look at the image. It's just that. An image. It unoriginal from jump because it's something someone else made for a different purpose. You should create, draw, design, something original to get your point across.
2. The font choice is weak because it presents no "mood". As a guy who has studied typography for years it's extremely important to find the mood. It looks like you chose a font that was "cool-looking" instead of using something more clean (which would probably be more effective).
3. Finally the shape. Let me tell you this as a general rule "CIRCLES SUCK", at least in the realm of brand design. Why you ask? Because circles are infinitely hard to design inside or outside of. Re-sizing a circle turns it into an ellipse (an oval) which equally sucks. And most importantly a circle is completely closed and does not work well as a canvas. How many drawing pads or note books are shaped like circles? Hint: None
Ways to fix it:
1. Get off the computer and DRAW THE DESIGN. It's so easy to get on the computer that most people forget that their fingers can actually pick up a pencil. Draw out what you want. Even if you can't draw it would be a lot better if you had a plan so someone who has some serious design chops can go in there and make it clean for you.
2. Learn Typography. This is something a lot of brand designers neglect. Type is SO important. From spacing to height. Learning the difference between Serif and Sans-Serif. Most streetwear brands stick with Sans because its easier to read and its clean. If all this is foreign to you. Look it up. Google is a beautiful thing
3. Work with an open canvas. Angled shapes (especially squares) are infinitely better than circles. Circles are often used as an element of a design. Or don't even use a shape! Just use the canvas itself!
And my last advice. Learn Adobe Illustrator. Better than Photoshop for design and printers will LOVE you for it. Oh...and don't drop shadow your design. EVER...