If you haven't done so before, Google "Pliny the Elder clone". That's probably the best way to start. By nature of freshness alone a hop bomb homebrew is going to come out hoppier than an equivalent commercial version.
If you want a really abrasive bitterness, use Chinook or Columbus for your bittering addition. Stick with a clean ale yeast that gets out of the way of the hops (WLP001/WY1056/US-05 is the most common choice). Keep the grain bill simple as well. I like 2-row/Munich/Victory for my grain bill, but 2-row plus 5-10% Crystal in the 20-60L range works as well.
If I were to shoot for a really abrasive IPA I'd do something like 100 IBU's of Chinook at 60 minutes, 3 oz each of Simcoe, Columbus and Chinook at flameout followed by a 90 minute hop stand, then 2 oz of each of those hops for dry hops (for a 5-gallon batch).