You'll probably like dry, peppery fragrances. The one really mineralic frag I can think of is Neil Morris Spectral Violet, but that is a HUGE violet scent mixed with something like stone or concrete - I doubt you would like it, unless you're a guy who likes big violet scents (not common).
Green Irish Tweed supposedly has a gunpowder note in it, but frankly I don't get it, and I'm quite familiar with the smell. Dry pepper and metallic scents tend to be closest.
You might like Un Parfum des Sens et Bois by the daughter (Celine) of the guy who did Terre d'Hermès. It has a dry cedar with a texture very close to stony and mineralic.