A few options to look at are as follows:
The Sennheiser HD280 Pro is a decent, closed can that is built to survive in a studio or outdoor recording environment for decades. It has a very well-balanced, accurate sound and very good detail retrieval for a headphone at its price. However, its utilitarian looks may not agree with everyone, and because it's very accurate its bass isn't very compelling in terms of volume and impact.
The Sony MDR-V6 is similar to the HD280 Pro, but has been around longer. It doesn't have quite as much detail retrieval as the HD280 Pro, but it's got deeper bass (I personally love the way it portrays drums), which may please you. However, while it uses better materials than the Sennheiser, there's wires going between the headband and the cups that are prone to snapping when dropped and caught on, say, a piece of furniture.
Thinking of less monitor-type headphones, the Koss Pro DJ100 is another good choice. I has a bit more bass impact than the HD280, and a midrange that entrances many who listen to it. You can also sometimes find it in the pro audio section of Best Buy if you want to try it out. The downside to the DJ100 is that it's built pretty cheaply compared to the others, with the plastics being very obvious. However, Koss has a great lifetime warranty program that I've never had problems with.
If you're looking for something bassier still than all of these and with a warmer sound overall, a popular option seems to be the Creative Aurvana Live!. I don't own them, so I won't say too much about them long-term, but on the occasions I'v listened to them they seemed well-priced. They have a sound that compliments acoustic or less-layered music well, but because they're extremely warm-sounding they get congested on heavy rock or electronic songs.