You should do more research into diet. I get majority of my fats from Olive oil with 3 chicken meals (Meal 2, 3 & 5), fish (meal 4) and 50g walnuts before bed (meal 7). As for protein you will need to increase it alot, i’m eating 500g Cooked chicken, 175g Salmon, 150g lean beef, 175g Steak, 45g hydro whey post workout, 50g Casein before bed EACH day. Now I weigh 215 so my protein should be higher than yours, but you get the idea that without protein you will not be gaining lean muscle mass when in a calorie surplus. If majority of your calories come from carbs you are more than likely going to be putting on fat.
Obviously you are doing way too high reps. Stick to 8-15 reps per set, 4 sets basic and see how you go for four weeks. Then after those four weeks figure out what works. If you gain weight and muscle density then keep it going for another four weeks then change it up. Training 6 days per week is not optimal for your recovery, i’m doing weights training and 15 minutes fasted cardio 4 days per week (Mon, tue, thurs, saturday), then on rest days (Wednesday, friday) i do a half hour of cardio and sunday complete rest no cardio no weights. Something like that will give your body time to recover between body parts and assistance muscles (i.e. biceps will recover before back day, triceps & shoulders before chest day) so that each session you maximise your workout without having those muscles being sore or fatigued prior. If you know that you respond to volume training, substitute high reps for more sets, a little more weight and less rest. Such as 5-6 sets of 8-10 reps with 40s rest.