For bass, I recommend the Audio Technica PRO700 MK2. They're definitely heavy on the lower-end, but the bass is tight and it doesn't (significantly) drown out the rest of the spectrum. Sound stage is good for a closed headphone, and they're foldable, if you want to use them out of the house.
Another plus is that their cables aren't fixed, meaning that if you happen to damage the cord (the cans come with both a straight and a coiled cable, by the way), you can just switch it out with another one.
If portability isn't much of an issue, then I highly recommend the Denon AH-D2000. The bass isn't overwhelming, but it's enough for most. Cons are that they don't have much in the way of isolation, they're not meant for portable use, and that the sound a bit "flat".
That's fantastic, I tend to have bad luck and accidentally damage cables, so that's a big plus for me!
Thank you again for your prompt response :). Would you recommend the Audio Technica PRO700 MK2 over the ATH M50's then?