Praga Khan's - Pragmatic: I feel energetic even during the slower songs (or more repetitive.) Praga Khan just instills a weird magic about that album, could never explain it but it's always listen worthy.
Soilwork - The Living Infinite / The Panic Broadcast: It's like a treat to me, real clean metal with powerful lyrics and a great sound. Can't wait to see them live in May, the albums themselves are great for just playing vidya or just generally bored and needing something to do.
ohGr - SunnyPsyOp: It's amazing I could consider the album "nostalgic" or "classic," has it been that long since the release? The album itself is nearly in it's teens, but still it feels so futuristic and clear. All of Skinny Puppy's / ohGr's works normally give this feel, but the listening value of SunnyPsyOp never dies.
Circus of Dead Squirrels - Indoor Recess: Basically I feel like every time I listen to this album I delve deep into myself, the first listen was some sort of self discovery for me. Ripchord has a way with words, and this album proves he definitely knows how to do his job. Some people REALLY despise this type of music, but honestly I look for it. You can easily feel the direction he takes with every song; whether sarcastic, serious, hilarious, or some sort of mourning... it's always worth a listen to.
Mushroomhead - XX: An album truly noteworthy for all Mushroomhead fans alike, very few of us nowadays but still even non MRH lovers can respect this piece. I didn't really understand music until after I listened to this album, highly inspirational and the lyrics are memorable. Sometimes I catch myself singing a few lines from "Bwomp" every time I'm at the DMV... imagine someone singing the Charles Manson line at a government building... yeah you get looks. Though this album was more of a teen years thing for me, I still listen to it every once in awhile. Sometimes a lot, sometimes very often.
Maybe my descriptions aren't the most feelsy, but I like to think nostalgia can count as feels maybe?
Also the feels I get from the latest 5FDP album are the worst, it's like diving into a cauldron of depression and lies.
...not like I didn't know they weren't in it for the money from the start anyways.