The band, who release their fourth studio LP Velociraptor! on September 16 in the UK, said that the record's title represents its sound.
Pizzorno told NME: "The album has a lot of raw, primal screaming. It has to be shouted, that word. It has to be shouted."
The musician also said that the group decided to name their new album Velociraptor! as they feel the dinosaur has been misrepresented in modern popular culture.
"Jurassic Park and the Hollywood myth of what dinosaurs look like - they were nothing like that," he claimed. "They were smaller and they had feathers.
"Hollywood also teaches you that things are certain and it's not like that. That comes into play with us as well - people think we're a certain type of band, but we're not."
Kasabian recently revealed that they have recorded an alternative version of their new single 'Days Are Forgotten', which includes a guest feature from US rapper LL Cool J.
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Listen to Kasabian's new single 'Days Are Forgotten' below: