I'm going to be very busy this summer climbing all sorts of peaks which means I'm going to want to get a few good videos in. But I admit that I could use some help in the music department with some good music/songs. (preferably no lyrics unless it fits well) I've seen many climbing professional videos which I want to at least try to make some decent ones.
As for some examples here are a few of what I'm some what looking for:
Not 'classic' rock, I guess this is a form of rock
All my mates that aren't into this kind of music (including my wife) think I'm nuts for listening to "death metal" (as they all call it - although its far from).
Although most of you all will probably think I'm a loony, this bit of music I've always wanted to put to a climbing clip. The climb would have to be gnarly in blizzard conditions though to fit to the music (although there is a quieter section towards the end where you can include a few scenic shots at a break in the blizzard etc etc.......)
I remember really getting into "techno" music and decorating a video of the climb of Mt. Redoubt North Face with that music. My heart broke when I played the video at a pub in Seattle and found out my hero Jim Nelson was covering his ears, emitting an audible "thank god" when the music stopped .
I don't know a whole lot outside of classic rock and blues. There are lots of instrumentals out there in that realm, but not many come to mind that have a vibe similar to what you shared. In honor of summer:
In a mainstream, modern direction,Trent Reznor has done some soundtrack work recently (Girl with the Dragon Tatoo & The Social Network). Most of the instrumentals have a quieter feeling than these two more familiar tracks, but seem darker than your taste:
Josh, this is fun and all, but you might get a larger amount of results and speed things up by entering the songs you already know you like into Pandora. Of course, that would only inform you about what you like. BTW, nice mountain videos.