Minor chords are very common in all music genres. They are often triads, which are three-note chords and consist of a root note, a minor third (+3 semitones), and a perfect 5th (+7 semitones). Compared to a major chord, a minor chord sounds darker but still stable and consonant.
Below, you can find a list of all minor chords available on ChordAtlas. Clicking on the respective entry will lead to the detail page of the selected chord: