Welcome to the forum. My comments below:
I would seriously suggest that you just train hard and eat well until you get your mass up. If you can do this whilst keeping fat relatively low, then kudos. But you don't need to worry about 'cutting' per se just yet.
How tall are you and how much do you weigh? Carbs seem very low considering how often you train and that your overall goal is mass. Suggest you review this and consider increasing carbs, especially pre/post session.
Seems pretty complicated for a beginner; what's the rationale behind it? I would suggest cutting the amount of training you are doing down, cutting out all the b/s exercises and perhaps hitting either:
a) Whole body, 3 x week, focusing on compound lifts, 8-12 reps, 75% 1RM. (Old school training method, won favour with many of the old masters)
b) Simple split (Legs, Push, Pull), again focusing on the basics, 8-12 reps, 75% 1RM.
c) Squats and Milk
Why are you taking the things you have listed? I would suggest protein, creatine and carbs is all you need to start. If you are not taking anything else you shouldn't need the 'liver and organ support' which is designed for people on the gear who put additional strain on their organs / liver. Steer away from thermogenics and T hormone stimulators until you're much bigger. Concentrate on getting it right using the basics of hard training, clean eating and sleep!
Hope this helps, just my 2 pence worth. Sure others will chime in too. Good luck!