Can anyone help me?
Band with at least one instrumental song:
- Ne Obliviscaris - Forget Not (Portal Of I)
- Gojira - Dawn
- Death - Voice Of The Soul
- Death - Cosmic Sea
- Obscura - A Transcendental Serenade
- Hacride - Polarity
- Opeth - A short list
- Persefone - Zazen Meditation
- Dream Theater - All their instrumental song!
- Sepultura - Inquisition Symphony
- Arch Enemy - Enter The Machine
- Iced Earth - 1776
- Iron Maiden - Transylvania
- Cradle of Filth - Rise of the Pentagram
- Lamb Of God - Ashes Of The Weak
- In Flames - Man Made God
- In Flames - Dialogue With Stars
- Between The Buried And Me - Viridian
- Insomnium - The Gale
- Be'lakor - Husks
- Omnium Gatherum - Song For December
- Dark Tranquillity - Ex Nihilo
- Cynic - Textures
- Trepalium - Raining Past
- Animals As Leaders (ex: Physical Education)
- Scale The Summit (ex: Odyssey)
- Gru (ex: Nebula)
- Exivious (ex: Deeply Wooven )
- Caspian (ex : Of Foam And Wave)
- An Endless Sporadic - (ex: Spaceship Factory)
I'll complete this list when a new song will come to my mind!
While not really the same genre, try Pelican. All their songs are instrumental, but they're not as metal as the songs of your example. I came to think of them when I thought of Call of Cthulu though for some reason, maybe due to the epic nature of their songs.
Coroner is a band that started out very metal though, and continued to progress, in the true sense of the word. Check out Arc-lite from Punishment from Decadence which is instrumental. It's not as epic as your example tracks though.
Depending on just how metal you want your metal to be, An Endless Sporadic are great instrumental musicians, with elements of prog, metal, alternative, and more.
If you're just looking for instrumental Metal, any of the "Neo-Classical" genre fits that bill. Yngwie Malmsteen, Vinnie Moore, Tony MacAlpine, Greg Howe, et al. But this tune rocks starting around 1:00:
You can try some Mekong Delta albums: Classics (1993) Visions Fugitives (1994) Pictures at an Exhibition (1996)